Peach with Raindrops Lotus


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PEACH-PERFECT! This vibrant rosy-peach lotus is as luscious as a ripe peach! The full, double blooms are rich in both color and petal count!

EARLY BLOOMER! ‘Peach with Raindrops’ is one of the earliest bloomers of all lotus varieties! Treat yourself to spectacular lotus flowers earlier in the season!

READY-TO-PLANT TUBER! You will receive one live lotus tuber ready to plant! Follow our simple planting instructions included, and watch your tuber spring to life!

EXTRAORDINARY LEAVES! Lotus plants feature an incredibly unique, parasol-shaped arial leaf which adds exotic beauty while shading the pond and sheltering your prized fish!

100% QUALITY GUARANTEE! Our lotus are grown & shipped by skilled, trusted aquatic plant experts. Your tuber is guaranteed to arrive alive and healthy!

‘Peach With Raindrops’ is a fantastic lotus with flowers that pack a peachy punch! The full, double flowers will grace your pond with beauty earlier in the spring & summer than most other lotus varieties! Blooms are a particularly rich shade of peachy-pink with many layers of gracefully upturned petals! This variety is also known for good seed pod production, which provides a striking decorative quality later in the season!


  • Cultivar name: Nelumbo ‘Peach With Raindrops’ (Tao Hong Su Yu)
  • Bloom color: Red/Peach
  • Bloom width: 3-4 in. 
  • Bloom time: Late Spring-Summer
  • Flower type: Double
  • Recommended pot size: 16”
  • Plant height: Small; 1-3’
  • Water depth for mature plant: 5-7”
  • Light requirement: Full Sun 
  • USDA hardiness zones: 4-11

NOTES FROM THE EXPERTS: It is important to handle your lotus tuber with care and not disturb or break the growing tips. Refrigerate your tuber until you are ready to plant. Do not fertilize until you see the first arial leaf, and fertilize lightly until maturity. When mature, a lotus flowers best with regular fertilization. We recommend Chalily Lily and Lotus fertilizer for all flowering aquatic plants.