This coloring page was produced using a photograph by Eva Kröcher called “Nymphaea tetragonal” which is the scientific name for the water lily pictured. Eva’s photographed is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License (GFDL) and CreativeCommons (CC), and consequently, so is this coloring page.
Water lilies grow in lakes and ponds in temperate and tropical climates. They are often planted as a water feature. Water lilies create shade and protection for fish and they provide a resting spot for frogs and dragonflies. Unfortunately, water lilies are an invasive species in natural areas where they are not native plants. They are pretty to look at though. They come in pink, white and yellow varieties.
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