Welcome To Hardy Water Lilies.Net
Hardy water lilies are some of the most beautiful and popular pond plants you can purchase for your pond for good reason. Hardy water lilies will thrive in any climate zone anywhere in the United States. Being a perennial pond plant they come back year after year larger and more beautiful than the year before. Hardy water lilies are available in four main colors. Red, pink, white & yellow. Water lilies like all pond plants are an essential addition to any water garden. They provide shade and natural shelter for your fish. They also use up extra waste and nutrition in your pond as a food source. Because water lilies are a higher plant form than algae the algae in your pond gets starved off keeping your pond cleaner & not greener! You will find that we offer an excellent selection of quality water lilies at competitive prices. We value you as a customer and will do our best to ensure that you will be 100% satisfied with your purchase!
Pond Plant Menu
Complete Pond Plant Packages
Our complete plant packages give you all the plants you need for a given pond size. Takes all the guess work out of planting your water garden correctly. Each plant kit includes a great selection of bog plants, floating plants, submerged plants, and water lilies. Designed by the experts at Champion Koi Pond's!
Pressurized Pond Filtration Systems
Did you know that 80% of all pond filters and pond kits sold in the water garden industry are severely undersized! Waterfall filters and canister filters use small high maintenance filter pads to clean your pond water. These filters tend to plug up with fish waste and debris very quickly making them useless as a pond filter in record time! If you love your existing pond or you are building a new one and you want to get the most out of your investment. check out our complete filtration systems designed by the experts at Champion Koi Ponds! Great for new construction or existing ponds with poor filtration. Ships flat rate UPS completely assembled on a weather proof pad. Just hook up your incoming and outgoing water lines and plug in the pump!