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New York-New Jersey Quartet - 4 Water Lilies. The beginning of water lily culture in the United States in the early 1890s by William Tricker in the states of New York and New Jersey are honored in this superb cost savings collection. The collection of 4 lilies has color, fragrance and beauty beyond compare. Collection includes: 'Comanche' (Hardy, unique flowers that open apricot, changing to bronze), 'Mrs. Edwards Whitaker' (Tropical, lovely blue, extremely large flowers and fragrant), 'Sir Galahad' (Tropical, a most distinct night blooming lily with beautiful white flowers) and 'Gloriosa' (Hardy, small compact plant, glorious red flowers, It has always been recommended that Gloriosa should be the "nucleus" of all water garden pool collections, read about Tricker's Gloriosa in 1926 CLICK HERE and we are sure you will agree).