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For hundreds of years, roots of the waterlilies were crushed and mixed with wine by monks and nuns because of their anaphrodisiac properties.
Spotted on Aug 3, 2011
Submitted on Aug 25, 2011
@ Hayde,typically we would create two spottings.
You should separate the pink variety and the white variety in to two different spottings.
Lovely shots, all of them! Especially the second one!
Yeah, the first looks like one
Isn't it Nymphaea Pygmea Rubra
Thanks Ashish! There are so many kinds of them!
Here is your plant..