This Water Lily-variety blooms with white flowers with a yellow heart. The plant produces big olive-green floating leaves with red under-sides, which provide for shade in the water below. The flowers are deliciously fragrant. They open with sufficient sun-light and close if light gets less intense. Don’t put young plants directly in full depth, but deeper as they grow. Each leaf and each flower grows from an own stem or stalk out of a root-stock in the soil in the basket or bag on (or in) the pond-bottom. Good winter-hardy, provided that the root-stocks can survive frost-free (sufficiently deep or on a frost-free place). As the water cools off, the plants get dormant.