Our favorite Dwarf/Small waterlilies are listed below. These petite beauties are perfect for small ponds, tubs or container gardens. All of the specimens listed below can be planted in 10-12" containers and placed in your small pond, tub or container garden. Use heavy loam soil and fertilize during the growing/blooming season with PondTabbs+Humates or Landon Granular Fertilizer. Place your waterlily 4-6" beneath the surface of the water, in full sun.
Helvola Waterlily has cheerful, sunny buds and blooms on this true Pygmy waterlily. Freckled green pads are a sweet complement to this elfin delight. FAVORITE WORLDWIDE!
Pink Sparkle Waterlily has dazzling stellate shaped blooms in rich shades of pink. The compact habitat of this little waterlily makes it perfect for tub and container gardening.
Froebeli Waterlily has exquisite, 3 1/2 inch blooms in shades of merlot with lighter outer petals. This specimen sits elegantly on the surface of the water and has purple-green leaves.
Perry's Baby Red Waterlily is a HEAVY BLOOMER with intense, rosy-red color. CUSTOMER FAVORITE!
Ruby Star Waterlily has lots of flowers on this AWARD WINNING specimen by hybridizer, Tony Moore. Ruby Star doesn't burn in hot sun like other reds. A perfect choice for our customers in Texas and Florida and other southern states. Ruby Star looks great in ponds or container gardens.
Black Cherry Waterlily has perfect stellate blooms that are held regally above the water. The blooms are drenched in mouthwatering shades of red-burgundy. The pads are green.
Denver Waterlily has elegant, creamy-white, cup shaped flowers and green pads that are heavily mottled. An exquisite combination for your small pond, tub or container.