Yellow Snowflake (Nymphoides Geminata)
Yellow Snowflake pond plant has delightful, small, yellow, fringed flowers on bronze, lily-pad-like foliage that bloom throughout the summer months. Plant on edges of natural earth bottom ponds or in 1 gallon containers, and place 2 - 3 inches beneath the surface of the water. Plant in full sun to part shade. Fertilize monthly with Pond Tabs+Humates or 1/2 strength Landon granular fertilizer. Great specimen for small ponds or tub and container gardens.
Height Grows an inch or two above the surface of the water
Width Has up to a 2 foot spread on the surface of the water, once established
Sunlight Requirements Full sun to part shade
Moisture Requirements Wet, must be planted up to 3 inches beneath the surface of the water
Bloom Blooms all summer long
Zone 7 - 11
Plant your Yellow Snowflake in a one gallon container using loam soil. Place the container in the water with a couple of inches of water above the soil in the container, once established, you may place the container up to 8 inches beneath the surface of the water. Plant in full sun to part shade. This plant is not hardy in the north and is used in the north as an annual.