Puzhehei White Lotus (Bare Root)

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Special Notes on Lotus Tubers

Important Note on Shipping Lotus: Lotus orders come from a special, limited-availability, farm and because of this cannot be combined with other products for shipping. Shipping is a flat $18.00 regardless of the number of tubers ordered

Limited Time & Limited Quantities: Lotus are harvested during winter dormancy and shipped bare root, March 15 - Early May Only. Orders ship Mon-Wed of each week and are weather-dependent. Please allow extra delivery time if the order is placed Wed-Sun or during extreme temperatures.

How to Plant & Care for Lotus

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Description

Nelumbo nucifera

Bearing the name of the Puzhehei Scenic Area, where lakes are covered with flowering lotus, this lovely creamy white lotus is one of the native lotus in that area. The bud is green. Puzhehei White also produces large rhizomes.


Flower Color: White
Plant Height: Large, 48" and taller
Flower Type: Multi-petal, more than 50 petals
Pot Size: 18" and wider, 10"-18" deep

How do I fertilize lotus? when do I begin to fertilize lotus?

Wait until the lotus plant has several floating leaves or begins to put up aerial leaves before adding fertilizer. Choose a good fertilizer such as Waterlily World Tablets, Pondtabbs or Landon's Aquatic Fertilizer and follow the instructions carefully. The amount of fertilizer to use is usually based on the size of the pot and the amount of soil in the pot. For example, most of the small tablets are added at a ratio of 1 tablet per gallon of soil in the pot. Once the lotus has started to grow vigorously tablets can be added every 3-4 weeks. Stop fertilizing in late summer to allow the lotus to use up all the fertilizer in the pot before going dormant. This encourages the lotus to form better tubers.

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