Nymphaea ‘ Ruby Star’
2014 Collector's Aquatic Plant of the Year
The International Waterlily and Water Gardening Society announces Nymphaea ‘Ruby Star’ as the 2014 Collector's Aquatic Plant of the Year. This hardy waterlily was a standout at the 2010 IWGS New Waterlily Competition for the high number of ruby colored blooms it produced all summer on compact plants. 'Ruby Star' was hybridized by Tony Moore of Moore Waterlilies.
The International Waterlily and Water Gardening Society is proud to feature Nymphaea ‘Ruby Star’ as this year’s Collector’s Aquatic Plant of the Year. This is an exclusive arrangement which means the IWGS will be the only source in the United States for the limited supplies of N. ‘Ruby Star’ in 2014.
The Collector’s Aquatic Plant of the Year program provides a limited opportunity to purchase new and/or rare aquatic plants prior to widespread distribution while also serving as a fundraiser for the Society.
The sale price for 'Ruby Star’ will be $75.95, which will include shipping and handling fees within the continental United States.
* Shipment dates will be as follows: April 14th, May 12th, and June 6th *
Purchase Nymphaea ‘Ruby Star'
To purchase Nymphaea ‘Ruby Star', click the Add to Cart button under the month that you would like to receive the plant.
Cost is $75.95 per plant including shipping.
If you have any questions, would like information regarding shipment outside of the United States, or would like to place your order over the phone, please call Tish Folsom at 540-337-4507 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Paypal options below are for shipments to the United States only. International shipments will require phytosanitary certficates and may require import permits from the country of destination. Please contact the IWGS administrative office at 540-337-4507 or email Iwgsmail@gmail.com
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The International Waterlily & Water Gardening Society (IWGS) is a non-profit organization of multinational membership dedicated to the furtherance of all aspects of water gardens and their associated plants. The IWGS supports and promotes education, research, and conservation in these areas and serves as the official registrar of Nymphaeaceae and Nelumbonaceae.