Nymphaea Pygmaea helvola is the tiniest of all hardy water lilies, the tubers are the size of the top joint of a lady’s pinkie finger. The foliage is beautifully marbled and mottled and the flowers are pale yellow. Despite its diminutive size, this variety can spread quite well if it is given optimum conditions, which are long warm sunny days, no competition form algae or other plants and no more than 15 cm of water over the tuber.
|HABIT||Planting depth cm||Flowering from month||Flowering to month||Availability from month||Availability to month|
|PYGMY||15 to 40||6||9||5||9|