Marliacea Chromatella


Very free-flowering, large, primrose-yellow flowers, amidst olive-green foliage strikingly mottled with bronze. Sold bare-rooted.


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Marliacea chromatella is the yellow water lily in Monet’s famous paintings of waterlilies.  Very adaptable as it grows to fit its context, large in a lake and medium in a garden pond.

Type:- Medium/large Marliac

Flowers:- June – September

Planting tip:- One lily for every 1.5m² of water surface area – best planted 35-55cm deep from soil to water surface.

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