Generally the dwarf lilies will only look good in container ponds or very small ponds as they’re very delicate and slow growing. The small/miniatures will be fine in small and medium sized ponds and the large would be fine in medium sized ponds although the vigorous cultivars like the Alba and Gladstoniana may need splitting after a few years.
|Dwarf||Pygmaea rubra, Pygmaea alba, Pygmaea helvola, Snow Princess|
|Miniature/Small||Shady Lady, Perry’s Baby Red, Candida, Frobelii, Little Sue, Ellisiana, Odorata Minor, Aurora, Denver|
|Medium||Rene Gerard, Albida, James Brydon, Chromatella, Odorata Firecrest, Odorata 'William B. Shaw', Black Princess, Paul Hariot, Wanvisa, Almost Black, Gonnere|
|Large||Alba, Marliacea Carnea, Gladstoniana, Attraction, Escarboucle|