Aquatic Plants

Full plant list available for custom/large plant orders. Plant varieties vary on season and availability.


Water Lilies






Rare Finds & Custom Orders



Hardy Lilies

Part/Full Sun | Spring-Fall Blooms

2.5 Gallon Pot 

Tropical Lilies

Full Sun | Spring-Fall Blooms

2.5 Gallon Pot

Marginal Plants


1 Gallon Pot

Lily-Like Floating Plants

Full Sun | Spring-Fall

1-2.5 Gallon Pot 

Water Lettuce

Part/Full Sun | Spring-Fall Blooms


Full Sun | SPRING-SUMMER Blooms

Plant List

Water Lilies: HARDY LILIES


Aflame (aka Escarboucle) – bright red

Barbara Dobbins – large yellow with peachy outer petals

Black Princess – very dark red

Chromatella – classic yellow with marbled leaves

Cliff Tiffany – new yellow, like Texas Dawn with red/brown leaves

Gregg’s Orange Beauty – Glowing orangy bloom, new leaves red

Hermine – small to medium white

Lemon Meringue – very double yellow w/ speckled eaves, nice!

Mangkala Ubol – large double peach

Meteor (aka Rembrandt) – red

Miss Siam – Hottest dark pink, new leaves reddish

Pink Sparkle – stellate pink, good bloomer on sm-med plant

Prakisad – Salmon bloom like Colorado but more intense color bloom and leaf! Very free flowering (New from Thailand)

Pygmy Red – dwarf pink/red

Starbright – white with a pinkish cast, nice mottled leaves

Texas Dawn – large yellow, mottled leaves

Violicious – amethyst violet hardy x tropical hybrid (hardy purple)

Walter Pagels – small creamy white

Wanvisa – variegated orangy-pink bloom, finely striated & speckled with yellow.

White Hot – pink w/ glowing white center, very mottled leaves


Water Lilies: TROPICAL


Assorted Day Blooming Tropical Waterlilies – named varieties, our choice

Charles Thomas – large light blue

Dauben – very light blue.

Islamorada – purple with white mottling on petals; unique

Lindsey Woods – purple with black bud

Maroon & Pink – nice dark bicolor with contrasting black buds

Panama Pacific – strong purple

Royal Purple – purple

Shirley Bryne – Pink
Night Blooming Tropical Lily

Lily-Like Aquatic Submerged


Aponogeton distachyus (water hawthorne) Z6
Hydrocleys nymphoides (water poppy) Z7
Nymphoides indica (giant water snowflake) Z9
Nymphoides peltata (floating heart) Z6

Lotus – Call for Pricing

Assorted Small / Medium in 3-5 Gallon Pots
Assorted Large in 13″ Pots 

Marginal Shallow Water Bog Plants


  1. Iris Louisiana ‘Acadian Miss’ – white Z5
  2. Iris La. ‘Colorific’ – white/pink & magenta/purple bicolor Z4
  3. Iris ‘Enfant Prodige’ Vigorous blue-violet, extra blooms Z4
  4. Iris ‘Tsukiyono’ (Moonlit Field) Light lavender, yellow signal, purple halo w eyelashes. Nice, vigorous, tall. Chartreuse leaves in spring
  5. Iris versicolor ‘Mountain Brook’ – blue Z4
  6. Iris virginica ‘Contraband Girl’ – light blue Z5
  7. Acorus calamus ‘Variegata'(variegated sweet flag)
  8. Acorus gramineus ‘Ogon’
  9. Acrostichum danaeifolium (Florida leather fern) Z9
  10. Asclepias curassavica (Mexican butterfly plant) Z8
  11. Canna ‘Australia Compact’ – Z8 dwarf form of Australia, red waxy red leaves. About 18”, great foliage accent, does not bloom!
  12. Canna ‘Bengal Tiger’ (Pretoria) –orange Z8
  13. Canna Longwood ‘Endeavor’ – red Z8 limited
  14. Carex nigra (black flowering sedge) Z5
  15. Colocasia esculenta ‘Elepaio’ (variegated taro) Z9
  16. Cotula coronopifolia (brass buttons) Z7 California native
  17. Crinum ‘Hannibal’s Dwarf’ Z8 pink flowers
  18. Cuphea ignea (firecracker/cigar plant) Z10
  19. Cyperus alternifolius (umbrella palm) Z7
  20. Cyperus giganteus (giant papyrus) Z8
  21. Echinodorus barthii (red melon swordplant) Z7
  22. Hedychium coronarium (butterfly ginger) Z7 white summer/fall
  23. Hibiscus coccineus (scarlet rosemallow) a little short but strong
  24. Hippuris ssp. (feathery mare’s tail) Z6
  25. Hippuris vulgaris. (mare’s tail) Z6
  26. Hout. cordata ‘Chameleon’ (var. heart leaf) (moist to 1” deep)
  27. Hydrocotyle bonariensis (giant pennywort) Z6
  28. Hydrocotyle verticillata (water pennywort) Z6
  29. Hymenocallis lirosome (spider lily) Z8
  30. Juncus ‘Blue Dart’ (rush) Z5 Short (24”), pretty blue!
  31. Juncus effusus ‘Spiralis’ (corkscrew rush) Z4
  32. Juncus inflexus ‘Afro’ Z4
  33. Juncus patens (blue rush) Z4
  34. Juncus patens ‘Elk Blue’ (Elk Blue rush) Z4
  35. Leucojum aestivum (snowflake bells) Z5
  36. Lindernia grandiflora (blue moneywort) Z7
  37. Lobelia cardinalis (red cardinalflower) Z7
  38. Lobelia ‘Queen Victoria’ cardinalflower
  39. Lysmachia nummilaria (creeping Jenny) Z5
  40. Lysmachia nummilaria ‘Aurea’ (golden creeping Jenny) Z5
  41. Mentha aquatica (aquatic mint) Z5
  42. Mimulus guttatus (yellow monkeyflower) Z4 likes streambeds!
  43. Mimulus ringens (lavender musk) Z3
  44. Myosotis scirpoides (blue forget-me-not) Z4 likes streambeds!
  45. Myriophyllum aquaticum (parrot feather) Z6
  46. Myriophyllum species (dwarf red stem parrot feather) Z6
  47. Nasturtium officinale (watercress) Z4
  48. Oenanthe javanica (water celery) Z5
  49. Oenanthe javanica ‘Flamingo’ (variegated water celery) Z5
  50. Oenanthe species (dwarf water celery) Z5
  51. Phragmites australis aurea (golden reed) Z6
  52. Physostegia virginiana (obedient plant) Z6 pink blooms
  53. Pontederia cordata (pickerel rush), shorter strain Z3
  54. Ranunculus flammula (mini spearwort) Z5
  55. Ruellia brittoniana ‘Chi Chi’ (pink bells)
  56. Rumex sanguineus (bloody dock) Z5
  57. Saururus cernuus (lizard’s tail) Z4
  58. Scirpus cernuus (fiber optics rush)
  59. Scirpus ‘Zebrinus’ (zebra rush) Z5-6
  60. Spilanthes oleracea (buzz buttons, toothache plant) Z10 Many conical yellow blooms are a taste sensation!. Moist soil only
  61. Taxodium distachium (bald cypress) Z5
  62. Tulbaghia violacea ‘Variegata’ (variegated society garlic) Z8
  63. Typha latifolia (common cattail) Z5
  64. Typha laxmannii (graceful cattail) Z3
  65. Zantedeschia aethiopica (calla lily) Z7
  66. Zantedeschia aethiopica ‘Giant White’ (calla lily) Z7
  67. Zantedeschia aethiopica ‘Green Goddess’ (calla lily) Z7
  68. Zantedeschia aethiopica ‘Marshmallow’ (speckled calla lily) Z7