(Nymphaea James Brydon)
James Brydon - Water lily (Nymphaea James Brydon)
With dark green foliage flecked with maroon, this stunning red cup shaped lily stands out on the water. It flowers late into October so is a great addition to your pond for autumn colour.
- Plant Type - Water Lily
- Normally Available from - Mid April
- Water Depth - 30cm to 90cm
- Spread - 70cm to 90cm
- Position - Full Sun
- Planting Season - Late Spring to Summer
- Flowers - Jul to Oct
- Flower Colour - Red
- Foliage - Deciduous
- Hardiness - Hardy
Initially you may want to place the lily on bricks, then gradually lower as the plant stretches towards the surface.
Lilies like still water, they also like to keep their leaves dry, do not place them too close to fountains or other splashing water.
Pruning - Deadhead, removing yellow and brown leaves regularly throughout the growing season.
Koi carp and ducks find them very tasty too!