Tag: aquatic plant food

Bare-Rooted Water Lilies

Bare-Rooted Water Lilies Hardy Water Lilies grow and spread from tubers and rhizomes.  These soft woody root stocks are designed by nature to store essential nutrients. In late summer and early autumn, the stems, blooms and Water Lily pads start to decompose. Thus they add more essential nutrients to existing nutrient-rich pond sludge.  Throughout the winter […]

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Planting Water Lilies

Planting Water Lilies The first thing to consider before buying your water lilies, is the location in which they will be planted. All varieties will thrive in a sunny location and all will grow stronger, faster, and produce more flowers in warmer shallow waters. Hardy water lilies are extremely frost hardy and will survive long […]

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