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A water lily pool is a wonderful way to landscape your setting. If conditions are good, this pool can go into your setting in roughly 4-6 weeks. Add a beautiful touch to your setting, sure to add a dramatic and tranquil atmosphere! 

Your Lily Garden:
You can create a water lily garden no matter how large or small a space you have. There pools that can fit all different size and shape ranges, that you are sure to find one that fits your taste. Whether designing for a new garden or an existing garden, a water lily pond is sure to bring style and create a refreshing retreat!

Water lily gardening is not just for the rich, as some may think, it can be done rather inexpensively as well. After your garden is set up, it requires basically no maintenance. The water lilles thrive best with little work on your part, while creating a serene and beautiful focal point for your setting. 

Lily Types:
There are only two main types of water lilies, the Tropical and the Hardy. They are related, but not cross breed-able.

The Hardy Water Lily is considered a perennial and can propagate without the help of a gardener. Once planted, they will thrive for years to come. These lilies range in size from only a few centimeters in diameter to over a foot wide. They come in a variety of colors as well. They begin to open in May until the first frost comes, and will open from forenoon until late afternoon.

Tropical Lilies are annual plants. These lilies are much larger than the Hardy’s, and will need more space. The Tropical’s last longer than the Hardy’s, blooming from midsummer to winter. These also come in a variety of colors.

You can find tropical’s in two varieties, those that bloom during the day and those that bloom at night. Day bloomers open from forenoon until late afternoon, while night bloomers will open from evening until morning.