The Spatterdock southern round nuphar lutea is a large, aquatic lily that is native to North America, Japan and Europe. It has large green, heart-shaped pads which either float or rise above the water. These plants usually obtain a spread of up to 8′ and are mainly used in large water gardens. The rhizomes are large and the roots can grow many feet long. The flowers are rather small when compared to the pads and are yellow and cup-shaped. They rise above the water and look rather like small ‘yellow balls’ and appear only ‘half-opened’ when in full bloom. Nuphar can become invasive in natural ponds and waterways.
Minimum quantity for “Water Lily – Yellow Nuphar lutea” is 3.