Tiny lily-like olive green leaves less than an inch across with similar sized dainty white flowers June-August. These pretty native floaters hibernate in winter on the bottom of the pond and rise again in April/May. Provides a good hiding place for larvae and basking sites for adult dragonflies. Note in can be a bit fickle and doesn’t like tap water so may struggle a bit in very new ponds. Grows best in partial shade. Very small plants early in the season May/June so each portion will be up to 3 plants.