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'Amazonum': Tricker's Water lily from the Amazon. If you're looking for a unique water lily...here it is! A true beauty from the Amazon! A creamy lemon-white flower that has a mind of its own when it comes to night blooming.
Emily Grant Hutchings. This beautiful red hybrid was produced by George Pring in 1922 and named after the wife of the secretary of Tower Grove Park, St. Louis, Missouri.
Sir Galahad. Blossoms of this Mr. Martin Randig 1965 hybrid are large and white, standing well out of the water. The leaves are shiny and round with undulating edges. They open at dusk and stay open until noon the next day.
Trickeri. In 1893 William Tricker introduced this lovely hybrid. The leaves are glistening emerald green above and dark green beneath. The flowers are a rose pink. Leaves are large, finely toothed and ribbed with numerous veins.
Antares. This is a very beautiful hybrid developed at the well known Longwood Gardens, PA. and has proven to be an excellent grower at Tricker's nurseries. Antares is one of the deepest reds found within the tropical night blooming water lilies.
Today's Sale: $39.99
Missouri. 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 George H Pring in 1932. It is not unusual to have these flowers 12" across.
Sturtevant. This lily was introduced for sale in 1884 by E Sturtevant of Philidelphia, Pa. This lily is one of the larger growing night bloomers. Rosy pink flowers often bloom to a size of eight inches or larger.
Juno. Under standardized plant names the old variety Nymphaea dentata superba became Juno. It is really the most perfect modern flower developed by cultivation from the sacred Lotus of Egyptian tradition.
Introduced by George Pring in 1926 and is really a glorified 'Omarana' water lily, one of the oldest hybrid water lilies. It is a rose pink in color, producing flowers of greatest size.
Red Flare. This excellent night blooming water lily was developed by the famous hybridizer Martin Randig of California in 1938. The blossoms are a deep red with foliage of a mahogany shade that stands out among the finest night bloomers.
One of the first water lilies produced by William Tricker in 1894 with flowers of light pink. The leaves are slightly crumpled around the margins and have a metallic luster on the upper surface. A superb night bloomer.
White Saber Tooth Water Lily, introduced in 2016 by Rick Lopo of William Tricker, Inc.®, is a special night bloomer that is known for the pronounced "serrated" pads and pure white blossoms. The stamens are saffron yellow in color.
Today's Sale: $30.95
Charles Tricker. Developed in 1893 by William Tricker and named after his son who ran the company after his death. Blossoms are large, magenta red in color and produced in great profusion. Leaves are dark coppery green.
Frank Trelease. Introduced in 1900 by James Gurney at Tower Grove Park in St. Louis, Missouri. Petals are a glowing crimson color with blossoms often eight to ten inches in size. Stamens are dark reddish brown.
Today's Sale: $23.50
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When the day blooming water lilies are closed in the late afternoon and night, the night blooming water lilies become a special addition to any pool.