LILIES IN THEIR NATURAL HABITAT
The Water Lily Garden features water lilies in their natural aquatic environment. Garden shelters are designed in the undulating shape of the water lily leaf, while the meandering tiled walkway resembles radiating ripples on water after a pebble is tossed into a pond.
The plants featured in this garden have adapted to freshwater environments where they grow as marginal, submerged or floating plants. They include the Amazon Water Lily—one of the largest aquatic plants in the world, the Sacred Lotus, and the Screw Pine, which is second only to the coconut in terms of cultural and economic importance in the Pacific region.