Red Shades of Tropical Water Lilies
Many pure white flowered tropical water lilies were developed at Tricker's and are proven hybrids that have endured with decades of beauty! Other varieties are developed from noted hybridizers and have also adorned water garden pools for decades!
Red Shades of Tropical Water Lilies - Items
Rio Rita is a George Pring (famous hybridizer, Missouri Botanical Garden) hybrid developed in 1941. It was selected by Richard Lee, president of Wm Tricker, Inc... click here to read more
Evelyn Randig water lily was introduced by Martin Randig in 1931. The fragrant blossoms are a deep magenta rose color and deliciously fragrant. Leaves are deep green attractively spotted with chestnut and purple... click here to read more
Mr. Martin E. Randig has blossoms of a magenta rose color, petals long and beautifully shaped. Leaves are of a deep green with a reddish tinge on the underside. The lily blooms heavily and continually for many months... click here to read more
American Beauty was developed by George Pring in 1941 from the water lilies Tricker's 'William Stone' and the species 'Colorata'. Blossoms are reddish pink, lemon chrome color at the center, and held high above the surface... click here to read more
Jack Wood water lily was introduced by John Wood in 1972. The petals are a very unusual raspberry color with butter gold centers... click here to read more
Red Star. The petals of this variety are narrow and rosy red in color. Flowers are borne on longer stems than most tropical water lilies. The leaves are green... click here to read more
A. Seibert. Introduced in 1907 with blossoms that are rose colored and freely produced. A most beautiful tropical lily that has adorned the greenhouses at William Tricker, Inc.® for decades.