Friday 19 July 2019


    Here is a photo of one of the Yellow Waterlilies (Nuphar lutea ssp. polysepala) that blooms every year in my pond.  It is a native species.  They grow from an elongated tuber buried in the mud at bottom of the pond.  I know this because that is how I got the plant established.  I saw some of the tubers floating in Horseshoe Lake one spring, brought them home and sank them in the mud.  They started growing the following spring.

Amongst my paintings there is one of a waterlily:

No comments:

Post a Comment