in a Single Hybridization
From one of my hardy waterlilies hybridizing experiences in 2003, where the seed parent was Nymphaea 'Mayla' and pollen parent was N. 'Madame Wilfron Gonnère', 30 seedlings survived and have grown into 30 different-looking waterlilies in terms of color, flower shape and petal number. About half of the 30 new plants are white. The rest are equally red and pink. Three quarters of them are star shaped while the rest are cup shaped. I like flower Number 15 the most. Which one is your favorite?
Note: Seedling 15 has been named N. 'Tanpong'. Click here for details.
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