Common Name: Nymphaea 'Kathy McLane'
Nymphaea 'Kathy McLane' was named after Bruce McLane's wife, Kathy. After hybridizing so many waterlilies over the years Bruce obviously thought this particular lily was very special to warrant his wife's name!
Nymphaea 'Kathy McLane' was a chance seedling and was released to the trade in 2003.
Nymphaea 'Kathy McLane' is unique because of it's rosy red flower that displays 48 petals at maturity. The mottling on the pads exhibits a pleasingly sharp contrast between a green background and deep maroon streaks.
Scientific name: Nymphaea x 'Kathy McLane'
Flower Color: Pink
Pad Color: Green with purple mottling
Hybridizer: Florida Aquatic Nurseries 2000