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Lotus Care during the Winter Months
How to Plant Lotus Lotus Pond Plants Lotus Tubers Preparing Your Lotus for Winter Store News
Hardy pond lotus will go dormant during the winter months when temperatures are cool and there is less sunlight. We have listed several methods of preparing your lotus for winter and storing the lotus until Spring. Depending on your pond, climate and storage facilities available, choose the best method for your situation. Pond Storage If your garden pond does not freeze solid during the winter months, the lotus can spend the winter months in the pond where it is currently planted. After the first killing frost and the lotus has completely died back for the season, you can remove the...
Planting Lotus Tubers
How to Plant Lotus Lotus Planting Containers Lotus Pond Plants Lotus Tubers Store News
Growing and planting lotus is really quite simple if you start with quality lotus tubers and choose the correct planting containers. Follow Pond Plants Online planting instructions carefully and we guarantee you will be successful. These magnificent pond plants can be growing in your water garden or patio container this summer. Choose the correct size container for the lotus you select. Planting a large variety of lotus in a two gallon planting container will not give the lotus enough room to grow and you will not be successful. Stuffing a large lotus tuber in a 12" pot will not...
Lotus Pond Plants Available for 2016
Lotus Pond Plants Lotus Tubers Store News
Lotus water plants are a beautiful addition to your water garden. Lotus tubers will begin shipping Mid-March. They are hardy perennials and will reward you with exotic flowers year after year. The larger varieties have leaves capable of reaching 2' in circumference and colossal flowers up to 12" in diameter. Lotus are well suited for patio container gardening also. Care must be taken during the winter so that the tubers do not freeze. Lotus tubers are shipped March through June and need water temperatures of at least 60 degrees to plant. We have a new lotus supplier this year...