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Arc-en-Ciel. This is perhaps one of the most unusual hardy water lilies and is known for its rare lily pads, having blotches of bronze, white, rose, and purple scattered on the deep green pads. The name alone is French for "rainbow". Flowers are sweetly scented, pale salmon-pink in color, shading to white. Sepals are rose splashed. The plant was introduced by the famous French hybridizer Marliac in 1901, however decades later it was lost to the trade. Our good friend and water lily expert Walter Pagels found this very lily in an obscure place during a visit in Japan. Thanks to Walter we are able to continue to offer such a rare water lily from his finding. Limited Supply.