"Frangrance and Fortune" is a brand new Small-Medium to Medium winter hardy waterlily.
The fragrace is pronounced compared to other hardy lilies especially on the first day flowers.
The yellow is an incredibly uniquie bright yellow with no peach in it whatsoever. Much brighter than Joey Tomocik the former most yellow hardy water lily.
In ponds with a pond liner: Grow in a 10 to 17 inch wide pot, loam sifted topsoil. Nothing ever from a bag which has compost to rot and float.
The rhizome loves fertilizer tablets from spring until fall and need divided once in spring and once in midsummer for maximum flowering.
Measure depth from the mud at the top of the pot, to the waters surface. Best 5 to 10 inches but can "tolerate" water to 26 inches above the soil it is planted in. Full sun in any depth for flowering.
Ferilize with 3 to 4 waterlily world tablets on the 1st and 15th of each month for near daily blooms into late September or October.
For in-ground ponds with no liner, these again prefer full sun. Best anchored into the embankmemt soil just 6 to 10 inches below the waterline when planted. Consider temporary fencing for 6 to 10 weeks when establishing in existing ponds with wildlife so plants get ahead of the plant preadators.