Lotus Coloring Pages

The lotus flower is an aquatic plant of the family of nelumbonaneae. You can get these exotic plants here. Please choose the images you like, then color them with your favorite colors. So let’s have fun. 

This plant, which is native to Asia, is one of the most common plants in swamps, lakes, ponds, and pools, where its rhizomatous roots make their way through the mud to the surface. 

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The lotus is characterized by large blue-green leaves and beautiful flowers that grow alone at the end of long stems. 

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To grow smoothly, they need light and a deep habitat to develop their roots.

The lotus flower is a rhizomatous aquatic plant whose stems can reach up to 1 meter in length. The lotus has blue-green leaves of different sizes, shapes, and amounts on each plant. 

Those below the water level are few and small, while those below are large, circular, and much more numerous.

White, pink, blue, yellow, or bicolored flowers are considerable size and stand upright on long stems. The lotus blooms in late spring, and its flowers last until the last days of summer. 

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This plant also has cone-shaped fruits. The stems of the old flowers should be cut off to encourage flowering, 

Similar in appearance to water lilies, the difference between the two plants is that the flowers and leaves of the water lily float on the water while those of the lotus are aerial and rise above it.

The lotus to develop without problems should be located in a sunny area. It is to perform photosynthesis. It oxygenates the pond water. 

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The latter must not have any corners or holes to prevent the plant’s roots from entering them. Besides, the ground must be at least 15 centimeters deep.

However, due to its rapid development, it can become a difficult weed to eradicate. The lotus flower is cultivated by seed or by division. 

In the first case, the seeds are introduced into the substrate at the bottom of the pond. The second option is carried out by dividing a rhizome.