Pink Flowered Night Bloomers
The Pink Night Blooming Tropical Water Lilies will bring charm to your pool in the late afternoon (around 4:00 pm) and stay open in the evening and mysterious night hours when other water lilies sleep. They will close the following morning (around 10:00 am). Perfect to enjoy when coming going to and coming home from work! Combine these night bloomers with the day blooming water lilies and you will have 24 hours of blooms!
After selecting your water lilies do not forget the Special Planting Crates (click here) and Tricker's proven Aquatic Fertilizer (click here) to achieve the descriptive flowers and BEST growth!
Pink Flowered Night Bloomers - Items
Trickeri. In 1893 William Tricker introduced this lovely hybrid. The leaves are glistening emerald green above and dark green beneath. The flowers are a rose pink. Leaves are large, finely toothed and ribbed with numerous veins.
Sturtevant. This lily was introduced for sale in 1884 by E Sturtevant of Philidelphia, Pa. This lily is one of the larger growing night bloomers. Rosy pink flowers often bloom to a size of eight inches or larger.
Introduced by George Pring in 1926 and is really a glorified 'Omarana' water lily, one of the oldest hybrid water lilies. It is a rose pink in color, producing flowers of greatest size.
One of the first water lilies produced by William Tricker in 1894 with flowers of light pink. The leaves are slightly crumpled around the margins and have a metallic luster on the upper surface. A superb night bloomer.
Charles Tricker. Developed in 1893 by William Tricker and named after his son who ran the company after his death. Blossoms are large, magenta red in color and produced in great profusion. Leaves are dark coppery green.