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Missouri Water Lily. It is no more than right to place this variety at the head of the list of white night bloomers. It was named in honor of the Missouri Botanical Gardens by famous and noted hybridist George H Pring in 1932. It is not unusual to have these flowers 12" across. The broad petals give the flower a most distinctive appearance. The young leaves are coppery brown when they first appear, but soon develop to a dark green with deeply serrated edges. Truly a supreme beauty.