Common Name:      Nymphaea 'Stan Skinger'

Nymphaea 'Stan Skinger' was named after Stan Skinger of Denver Colorado. Stan was a friend and volunteer at Denver Botanic Gardens.
Nymphaea 'Stan Skinger' was a cross between the tropical waterlily Nymphaea 'Golden West' and the tropical waterlily Nymphaea 'Trail Blazer' and was released to the trade in 2006.
Nymphaea 'Stan Skinger' is unique because of it's flower color and it's pads. The flower is yellow when the plant is young but at maturity the color turns to an orange, similar to golden west. The pads are heavily mottled with maroon streaks on a green background.

Scientific name: Nymphaea x 'Stan Skinger'

Hardiness: Tropical

Flower Color: Yellow

Pad Color: Green with red streaks

Size: Medium

Hybridizer: Florida Aquatic Nurseries