Waterlily Displays 2009
at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

Photos by David Smith and Carlos Magdalena
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The Waterlily House features, with Victoria cruziana, waterlilies from the Australian subgenus Anecphya, intersubgeneric hybrids and several hybrids of Nymphaea ampla.
     

N. 'Kew's Kabuki' | Gallery

 
N. gigantea 'Neorosea'



N. 'Kew's Perfect Stranger' | Gallery


N. 'Kew's Stowaway Blues" | Gallery
 

 

 

N. 'Foxfire' >

   

In the Princess of Wales Conservatory, the huge Euryale ferox is surrounded by a collection of tropical hybrids by Dr. Slearmlarp Wasuwat of Thailand.
     


N. 'Garnjanathep'

 

N. 'Dang Thamanoon' and N. 'Wiboonlak' >

     

The ponds outside the Princess of Wales Conservatory showcase hardy hybrids by Andreas Protopapas, Cyprus. 

   

 
N. 'Stanley Angus Skinger'

 
N. 'Niki'

 
N. 'Elli Chari'

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