ITL Nymphaea 'Tina'

This is a beautiful, free blooming, purple and white lily that will grace any pond. The petals are a rich violet on the ends and change to white at their bases. It's viviparous, new plants develop in the center of the leaves. A well fed plant will produces numerous offspring in a season. An altogether outstanding plant which can be grown in virtually any pond. USDA ZONES 8-11

ITL Nymphaea 'Tina'
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Nymphaea "Tina"
  • Flower Shape:
    • Cuplike
  • Flower Color:
    • Deep violet - purple.
  • Flower Size:
    • 4.5 - 6 inches
  • Leaf Shape:
    • The leaf is somewhat longer than wide, with smooth, wavy, edges and a usually open sinus.
  • Leaf Coloration:
    • Green, the newer leaves are bronzy.
  • Leaf Size:
    • 10.5 x 9.5 inches
  • Leaf Spread:
    • 3 - 5 feet

      Tina is a very free flowering and viviparous waterlily. It is a great performer in almost any pond. This waterlily is very satisfactory in a small watergardens and tub gardens, but will do well in large pools as well. This waterlily frequently sells out at many nurseries, so be sure to order early to get one while there are still some to be had.


ITL Nymphaea 'Tina'
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ITL Nymphaea 'Tina'
Good lily, waiting for bloom
The lily has "wintered" over here in Glendale, AZ well. Just waiting for the growing and flower producing season. We have been working on excessive algae this year (too many warmer than normal and bright sunlight days). Mosquito fish are doing well. So, we will write more as soon as we get the first blooms.
ITL Nymphaea 'Tina'
Quick to mature
First season and this lily (purchased in April) did bloom first. Blooms are about 3-4" across, but the plant isn't fully mature. Good color

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