|Blue Star |
It's easy to see why this regal beauty has long been a favorite of water garden enthusiasts. Its delicate violet blue blossoms are richly accented by blue stamens and a golden center. A medium bloomer, Blue Star rises high above its large leaves drawing immediate attention. This variety may be used in semi-shaded areas, too.
Long peduncles rise high above the water's surface to display saucer-shaped, broad petaled, large, sky blue flowers in this hybrid developed by August Koch. An excellent bloomer, Pamela's brown marbled green leaves provide the finishing touch.
Ideal for small pools, tub gardens or even indoors, Dauben has won numerous awards for its versatility and beauty. Its small, delicate blooms feature lemon yellow centers, white sepals and narrow, blue petals touched with green underneath. Heart-shaped, green, viviparous leaves provide the perfect background for the flowers which lightly scent the air with a delicate aroma.
Sapphire flowers gracefully rising above heavily spotted, maroon-striped, forest green leaves make Leopardess a standout in any pond. This Martin E. Randig hybrid will even bloom in the winter if placed in a green house and adapts well to any size planting container.
|Blue Aster |
Blue aster is a captivating deep Blue Tropical Water Lillie. Its lime green leaves have very deep maroon to purple spotting. It usually has at least one bloom breaking the waters surface during the season. The flowers are very rewarding, they are a full blue with an extreme contrast of vivid yellow centers.