Common Name: Nymphaea 'Virginia Mclane'
Nymphaea 'Virginia McLane' has vibrant deep red colored flower with egg shaped mottled maroon pads. The pads have a variety of shades of green, similar in size and coloring to Nymphaea ‘William McLane’. This waterlily was named after the wife of the founder of Florida Aquatic Nurseries William McLane. Nymphaea 'Virginia McLane' was hybridized by Florida Aquatic Nurseries in 2006 and it got First Place Tropical Waterlily in the 2016 International Waterlily and Water Garden Society's Annual Waterlily Contest.
Scientific name: Nymphaea x 'Virginia Mclane'
Flower Color: Red
Pad Color: Green w/ maroon mottling
Hybridizer: Florida Aquatic Nurseries 2006
2016 IWGS 2nd Best New Waterlily
2016 IWGS 1st Place Tropical Waterlily
2008 IWGS 2nd Best New Waterlily