Star Bright Hardy Waterlily has stellate shaped blooms that change color with the season. Early blooms are creamy-white. Mid-summer blooms are in intricate shades of peach, pink and cream complemented with very dark, green pads that are stained with ink spots. Stunning blooms are held high above the handsome foliage making this a spectacular pairing! In 1997, Hybridizer, Kirk Strawn hybridized this sophisticated beauty which can easily be mistaken for a tropical. Spread on mature plants is 6 feet and flowers are free flowering.
Plant your Star Bright Hardy Waterlily in a wide, shallow container using loam soil. Place the container 6 - 12 inches beneath the surface of the water until established. Once established, move the plant 1 - 2 feet beneath the surface of the water, in full sun.
Fertilize your Star Bright Hardy Waterlily once a month throughout the growing/blooming season for robust growth and best bloom.