Resembling small waterlily leaves up to 4 inches across, the Water Snowflakes reproduce with runners and small flowers rising up between the leaves. They all require full sun and anywhere from 2-12 inches of water depth. Truly breathtaking plants!
The smallest of the Water Snowflakes, the Australian Snowflake is decorated with small white flowers just 1/2 inch across! Leaves rest on the surface of the water and are about 3 inches long with dark blotches and edging.
Giant Snowflake is the largest of the Water Snowflakes with fringed flowers 1 1/2 inches wide. Its leaves are solid green and can grow up to 8 inches across, though 5 inches is average. The Giant Snowflake can tolerate water depths of up to 2 feet.