(Latour-Marliac, c. 1908)
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Large water lily with pads from 15 to 20 cm in diameter, and 15 cm flowers.
In Latour-Marliac's day the word leviathan was synomous with both sea monster and Hobbe's seminal work on the social contract. Though very well read, it's safe to say that he had the former in mind when naming this lily. 'Leviathan', once established, has large flowers and leaves that rise above the surface of the water to very good effect. It is vigorous, easy to care, and is rarely found in the marketplace.
Plant one per 20 litre Latour-Marliac planting container at a depth of 40 to 100 cm in order to have approximately one square metre of surface coverage after a year or two.
|Leaf Size||15-20 cm|
|Flower Size||15 cm|
|Plantation Depth||40-100 cm|