Tropical Waterlilies/ Albert Greenburg
Nymphaea “Albert Greenburg” Day blooming non-viviparous. Bred by Birdsey 1967. Will over winter in zones 9 to 11. Plants size is medium-large. Flower is a semi-double cup shape light orange to rosy-pink, 5” to 10” across. Leaves are very mottle 6“ to 12“ across. Has about a 3’ to 8’ spread. Best to grow in 6” to 18” of water. Flowers are very fragrant and stand well above the waters surface. You can grow this one in a one, two or three gallon container. Good for earthen ponds as well. Excellent bloomer and grower. This water lily has a one of kind look. It has so many flower color variations that you‘ll really have to look at a picture for a good description. Plus has some of the most awesome looking mottled leaves there is. If temps get above 100 the flowers will wilt some but will come right back once temp get below 100. Will tolerate shade especially in hotter climates. Best to grow in full sun.