Nymphaea 'Rembrandt' bears semi-double, pink flowers from June to September, over red-green leaves. The leaves provide a landing pad for thirsty honeybees, while offering shelter for aquatic wildlife beneath the surface. The shade cast from the leaves also helps to prevent the growth of algae.
Nymphaea ‘Rembrandt’ grows in water depths of 30-90cm, and is therefore suitable for growing in medium-sized ponds. For best results grow in full sun and ensure the plant has plenty of room to spread. Remember that water lilies thrive in still water, so avoid planting near a fountain or pump.
Nymphaea ‘Rembrandt’ and wildlife
Nymphaea ‘Rembrandt’ is known for attracting bees. It has nectar/pollen rich flowers and provides shelter and habitat.
Is Nymphaea ‘Rembrandt’ poisonous?
Nymphaea ‘Rembrandt’ has no toxic effects reported.