Peach Nelumbo (Waterlily) is a type of water lily that is well-known for its stunning peach-colored flowers and unique foliage.
These flowers are pentamerous, meaning they have many petals, and they resemble the sun in shape. They are commonly found throughout Mesoamerica and are often used as symbols of natural creation, plant life, and cyclical time. Peach Waterlily belongs to the Nymphaeales family, which is one of the oldest lineages of flowering plant.
Benefits peach Waterlily include its ornamental value in landscaping and patio plants, as well as its contribution to the diversity of waterlily hybrids.
Furthermore, the developmental fate of the tepals in Peach Waterlily is influenced by environmental factors such as light and physical contact. In addition to its ornamental value, Peach Waterlily also has diverse biological activities. These activities include antibacterial, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, antidiabetic, antiradiation, antianxiety, and antihepatotoxic activities.