- Flower nameTropical Waterlily 'Nymphaea White Colorata'
- Scientific nameNympheae Colorata 'White form'
- Place of originThailand
- Place of floweringGreenhouse, Horticultural species
- Flowering seasonJuly, August, October
What is Tropical Waterlily 'Nymphaea White Colorata'
Tropical Waterlily 'Nymphaea White Colorata' (scientific name: Nympheae Colorata 'White form') is an aquatic perennial plant of the waterlily family Nymphaeaceae, native to Thailand. It is a day-blooming plant with 4 to 5 sepals and 13 to 15 petals. The 'White form' is a white variant of the ornamental day-blooming dwarf tropical waterlily 'Nympheae Colorata' (Blue pigmy) from Tanzania, which is the hybrid parent of many tropical waterlily species. (scientific name: Nympheae Colorata, English name: Blue pigmy).
Common name: Nympheae Colorata 'White form', Scientific name: Nympheae Colorata 'White form', Life Form: cold-hardy perennial, aquatic, habitat: ponds and swamps, origin: Thailand, height: 30-50 cm, leaf diameter: 20-23 cm, leaf shape: circular, leaf color: green, flower diameter: 10-13 cm, flower shape: cup-shaped, flower color: dark blue to light purple, 4-5 sepals and 13-15 petals, day-blooming, anther color: dark purple, flowering season: July-October. Oct.