Common Name: Nymphaea 'Blue Spider'
Nymphaea 'Blue Spider' got it's name from the pattern of mottling on the leaf. It has a spider web appearance with red streaks across the green pad. Nymphaea 'Blue Spider' was a chance seedling in our nursery and was released to the trade in 1995, our first original hybrid. This tropical waterlily is still very popular in the industry today. Nymphaea 'Blue Spider' is unique because of the unusual mottling on the pads.
Scientific name: Nymphaea x 'Blue Spider'
Flower Color: Blue
Pad Color: Green with maroon flecking
Hybridizer: Florida Aquatic Nurseries 1994