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Nelumbo nucifera (known also as Indian Lotus, Bean of India, or simply Lotus), is a plant in the Nelumbonaceae family. This is a perennial aquatic plant, native to India, Vietnam and Bangladesh, and brought to Egypt and China, where it has been cultivated for more than 3000 years. It's the most popular water plant that is grown almost all over the world. Interesting facts... A unique fabric from the lotus plant fibers is produced only at Inle lake, Union of Myanmar and is used for weaving special robes for Buddha images called kya thingahn (lotus robe). The leaves are resistant to dirt. With no specific structure of leaf tissue, they don't get wet (this is called lotus effect).
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Propagate by seed sown in spring, preferably scarified before sowing, at a minumum temperature of 25°C (77°F) in small containers of loam covered by 5cm (2in) of water. Increase water depth and container size until plants are large enough to plant in the flowering site.Propagate by division of the fragile rhizomes, which resent disturbance. In spring, plant rootstock horizontally just below the soil surface, and barely submerge until growth starts