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 N. 'Nangkwag'
Various Color Forms
Also known as 'Indian Goddess'

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Dr. Slearmlarp Wasuwat in Thailand was given the first 'Nangkwag' waterlilies some years ago. Their origin is unknown. Those first "Indian Goddesses" were a pink with plain green leaves and a deep pink with mottled leaves, pictured above.

With their oversized, oddly shaped and sometimes twisted sepals, many growers find them bizarre but others find them interesting and quite pretty in a strange way. Over time a number of garden hybrids have appeared in various colors.

(Flecked foliage)

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