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Leopardess. Introduced by hybridizer Martin Randig in 1931, with very fragrant, unusual cobalt blue, medium sized blossoms. Leaves are deep green, spotted and striped with maroon, one of the deepest marked leaves among the varieties of water lilies. It is a easy grower and produces an abundance of aromatic flowers during the growing season. If you want to have an outstanding plant, with mottled leaves then this is the one for you! Also, do not forget to review our 2014 introduction of Pink Sapphire water lily that rivals the Leopardess in the class of mottling pads. Purchase both, and you will have a wonderful collection of a cobalt flowered and contrasting pink flowered water lily with truly strikingly mottled pads to show case your water garden pool!