Pygmy Red Hardy Waterlily simply bursts with blooms! Rosy-red flowers are the same size as the pads on this delightful, little waterlily. Excellent for containers and tub gardens as well as small ponds. This little beauty adds interest to container gardens in a sunny area of your porch or patio.
Plant Pygmy Red Hardy Waterlily in a wide, shallow container using loam soil. Place the container in full sun, 6 - 15 inches beneath the surface of the water. Place the plant in more shallow water until established. Make sure the entire plant--pads, roots stems are beneath the surface of the water. Fertilize each month with fertilizer tabs throughout the growing/blooming season. Blooms all summer until fall.