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Wednesday, February 29, 2012

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Lisa at Greenbow

When I see these beautiful water lilies I makes me want one. I don't have a deep enough water feature for one though. Hmmmmmm....

Les

There is something about lotus that make them more magical than other plants. I spent more time than I should have around a pond in full bloom this summer. I am glad there is a dwarf out there for your pond, now they just need to breed a shade loving one for mine.

sandy lawrence

Just gorgeous! I'm very excited about this information. Exactly what I need for my recent acquisition - a zinc bathtub w/iron feet from the 1800's that I plan to line and make into a water feature. "Baby Doll" will be perfect! Thanks; always learn a lot on your blog.

Cindy @ enclos*ure

I have just discovered that the smallest waterlily in the world is native to Rwanda (my current home). It can grow in a teacup, but, unfortunately, is not (yet?) available for sale.

Gardening Birmingham

Helvola is a wonderful lily. I have it in my pond and its so impressive when in flower.

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