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Colorado Water Lily overview

Colorado Water Lily

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Floating Fragrance

This prolific, award-winning water lily is a customer favorite because of its very long blooming season.

The unique salmon-colored flowers stand 3 inches to 4 inches above the water’s surface and bloom late into the season with a pleasant fragrance.  The flowers rise high above the dark green foliage, which makes them particularly striking from a distance!

A truly astonishing water lily, “Colorado’ was hybridized by Dr. Kirk Strawn in 1994, and it is very free flowering.  The flowers are 5-6 inches wide, the leaves are 5-7 inches wide, and the overall plant spread is 3-5 feet wide.

This water lily grows best in full to partial sun.  We recommend growing ‘Colorado’ in a 7.5 quart or larger container (available from Also available from is Aquatic Planting Media and Lilytabs Water Lily Fertilizer.

This may be the hardiest water lily you will ever grow!  With 5 hours of direct sun, it will consistently out-perform other hardy lilies. The flowers are magnificent, large, and relatively long-lasting.

Cannot be shipped to: CA, MT, OR, WA or WY.

* Fragrant Large 6" Salmon Colored Blooms
* Long Blooming Season
* Blooms Stand Above the Water


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Brand Nature Hills Nursery
Botanical Name Nymphaea odorata 'Colorado'
Flower Color Pink, Yellow