Having just returned from France and the Water Lily Symposium, I am looking forward to sharing with you all the exciting news in the Water Gardening World. This exciting news will be shared in the classes, website, and future emails coming to you in the coming weeks. Stay tuned!!!
Our 40ft container has arrived! We unpacked the beauty Thursday and Friday and can’t wait to share with you all the amazing pieces we have brought in. Saturday we will begin uncrating all the statues and garden accessories and you may pre-view them today through Sunday for those of you too eager to wait. Pricing will be completed by Thursday next week so get your wallets ready so you don’t miss out on your favorite statuary before they sell out.
We offer water lily re-potting at our nursery for $15 per plant. You can bring your water lily by our nursery during our open hours. They travel best in a trash bag in a 5 gallon bucket. A bucket with a lid will do, so the moisture stays in; it’s important to not let the leaves dry out.
Most of the tropical water lilies will continue to flower all year-round, with a couple of exceptions. Hardy water lilies go dormant in the winter time, but most will keep sending new leaves out and will just stop flowering for the season. We fertilize our tropical water lilies throughout the winter, but we do NOT fertilize our Hardy water lilies or our lotus so we don’t send them into shock or create an anaerobic environment. Visit our nursery in Kilauea if you need expert advice on your water lily care!
The Balinese archway was a prominent piece at our nursery for many years, and it Is Finally back! We look forward to resetting up The archway as welcome entrance. Now that the container is here We are taking an inventory of the items that came in and The items will come avaliable next saturday the 14th. We are working on out next container now and orders for carvings are welcome!
We are open Wednesday through Sunday, noon to 5 p.m. 808-828-6400