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‘Delicatissima’ Night-Blooming Tropical Water Lily

Item # 10-1068

$32.99

The ‘Delicatissima’ water lily is a beautiful flower with a unique and delightful carmine pink color. Its foliage has a lovely bronzy green shine. This plant is strong and healthy, although not as large as some others. It is perfect for various uses and has proven to be one of the top choices for cutting, as well as for winter cultivation.

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Size: Spread: Up to 3'.

Optional Lattice Aquatic Plant Container

Designed to optimize plant growth. Mesh sides allows for nutrients to reach the roots. Carrying handles make it easier to set in place.

Round Lattice Crates
Round Lattice Crate, 10" dia. x 7.5" h
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Trico Aquatic Fertilizer Pellets
Trico Aquatic Plant Fertilizer Pellets, 12 Tabs
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Description

The ‘Delicatissima’ is with flowers of light pink. It was introduced at the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair (also known as the Chicago Columbian Esposition) and received a medal. In 1894, it received a First Class Certificate at Boston.

The leaves are slightly crumpled around the margins and have a metallic luster on the upper surface. This is a superb night bloomer.

Tricker wrote of this plant in 1894 as “A delicate and choice flower of a distinct and pleasing carmine pink color; the foliage has a bronzy green luster. The plant is vigorous, yet moderate compared with some others. Desirable for all purposes and proved one of the best for cutting, and also for winter culture.”

Hybridized By: One?of the first water lilies introduced by William Tricker in 1893

Preferred Growing Conditions:
Sun to full sun.
USDA zone: 10-11
Size:
Spread: Up to 3'.
Botanical Name:
Nymphaea 'Delicatissima'

This table shows the estimated shipping weeks for destinations to USA states. These dates can change depending on weather and how strong the plants are at that time. For example, a wet spring will have many clouds leading to less sunshine. Thus, the plants may need a bit longer to grow strong enough for transplanting and transit. With the planet heating up, a warm spring may help the plants grow strong enough to ship before the dates in this table. This applies to pick-ups a well as shipping.

WeekStates
End of April: AL, FL, LA, TX
First Week of May: AL, AZ, GA, MS, NM, OK
Second Week of May: AR, CA, NV, NC, SC, TN
Third Week of May: CO, KS, KY, MO, UT, VA, WV
Fourth Week of May: CT, DE, DC, ID, IL, IN, IA, ME, MD, MA, MI, MN, MT, NE, NH, NJ, NY, ND, OH, OR, PA, RI, SD, VT, WA, WI, WY

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