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Miami, FL
(Zone 10b)

March 5, 2011
10:50 AM

Post #8408236

Hello everybody !!! I'm looking to adding some more pond plants to my collection. I've got my Nelumbos who are growing great this year as well and wanted to add some water lilies but space is limited so I need something miniature in size. Anyone knows where I can get some pretty little ones?? Thanks for any info !!!
Frederick, MD
(Zone 6b)

March 5, 2011
9:30 PM

Post #8409391

I recently placed an order (via co-op on another site) with Texas Water Lilies, and they seem to have a really sterling reputation. Their descriptions have good details with regard to size, but remember that when they say "can be planted in a 1 or 2 gallon pot," they are talking about the planting pot, which then has to be submerged in a significantly larger container (or a pond) in order to get enough water depth above the level of the planting pot. And don't forget to look at their lotuses... I'm trying a couple of them in containers this year!

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