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Ninfoide The name comes from its resemblance to the water lilies, because their leaves but smaller, floating on the surface and are similar in form.

 

In general, the size is smaller and have beautiful flowers and leaves in spring, summer and autumn. They are very prolific.

 

In winter, usually disappear resting on the bottom of the pool to resume growth in spring.

 

Aponogeton is a special case because it blooms in winter.

amapolita de agua hydrocelys Water Poppy (Hydrocelys nymphoides):

Small round green leaves and beautiful yellow flowers like poppies.

It blooms from spring to autumn, should be placed in full sun.

Tolerates mild frost.

aponogeton distachyus Water hawthorme (Aponogeton distachyus):

Fragrant white flowers that float between oblong green leaves.

Flowers from autumn to spring, should be placed in partial shade.

It is very resistant to frost.

ninfoide nimphoides Water snowflake (Nimphoides humboltiana):

Produces small white flowers with petals finely divided into delicate and ethereal .

It blooms from spring to autumn, should be placed in full sun.

Tolerates mild frost.

ninfoide nimphoides amarillo Yellow Fringe (Nimphoides geminata):

Produces small yellow flowers with petals finely divided into delicate and ethereal. The leaves are variegated.

It blooms from spring to autumn, should be placed in full sun.

Tolerates mild frost.

Euryale Irupe Prickly water lily, Gorgon Plant (Euryale ferox):

Very large spiny leaves that reach 1.5 meters in diameter.

Thorny deep purple flowers with white petals. External.

Amazon Water lilly similar growth.