Brazos White Lily


Brazo's White Night Blooming Tropical Water Lily
by Kirk Strawn 

Nymphaea 'Brazo's White' is a Large Cultivar developed by the famous Lily Hybridizer Kirk Strawn in Texas.
Non-viviparous, very free flowering. Flower petal color is Bright White with outers of flushed green.
Sepals are white with outers of green. Stamens are soft yellow. Large, round 6 to 8 inch flowers opening quite flat.
The blooms stand as much as 12 inches above the water. Pungent fragrance.
Pads are 12-14 inches across, medium green on top with light flecking. Undersides are olive green,
with heavily blotched purples,  but slightly longer than round with wavy, serrated edges.
This is a large Lily with a 5-6 foot spread.
This lily makes an excellent centerpiece for a large pond.
Light Required: Full Sun.

Requirements: Tropicals need warm water.
In general, use 70F degrees as an absolute minimum water temperature for planting to avoid the tuber loosing all of it's pads and falling into dormancy. It's better to wait a couple of weeks until your water is warmer than to take a chance on loosing the plant.

You will receive a well rooted, young plant that is already developing many lily pads.
This sale is for ONE yearling lily plant.