Water Lotus (滴水冰莲; pinyin: dīshuǐ bīng lián) is a plant in Chinese version of Plants vs. Zombies 2 introduced in the 2.6.0. update as the first plant unlocked in the Heian Age world, being unlocked after clearing Day 2.
It attacks by splashing water in a 3x3 area around itself. Water splashed by Water Lotus extinguishes fire attacks and forms a small pond in its attack area which is able to chill zombies that walk in it.
Water Lotus' petals will degrade after splashing water, when its petals fully deteriorate, Water Lotus will disappear.
Water Lotus is based on the flowers of the Diphylleia grayi plant, otherwise known as the Skeleton flower, whose white petals turn completely transparent when exposed to water.
In Chinese, the Skeleton flower is known as "冰莲" (bīng lián; lit: "Ice lotus"), Water Lotus' name is a pun on "Ice lotus" and "Water lotus", a generic name for members of the Nelumbonaceae family of aquatic plants.
滴水冰莲 (Water Lotus)
Sun cost: 50
Can extinguish plants lit by Fireworks Zombies, can slow down surrounding zombies.
Plant characteristics: White plant
As a member of the fire brigade, Water Lotus has extreme enthusiasm for extinguishing fire, down to the smallest flame, and always carries ice water for fires that are typically too hot to handle.
Plant Food effect
When given Plant Food, Water Lotus splashes water in a 5x5 area, as well as restoring its petals and allowing it to splash more water before disappearing.
Water Lotus' costumed attack allows its Plant Food pond to freeze zombies walking in it.
Water Lotus was the first counter against Firework Zombie, so you must use it against this zombie. You also must use it wisely or otherwise the level will be more difficult if there are more zombies on the field. Remember that it will degrade and disappear after a few splashes, so it is recommended to plant at least three on a single column.
Note: it is currently unknown if Water Lotus is able to extinguish Explorer Zombies, Torch Monk Zombies, and Torch Kongfu Zombies. More information will reveal soon.
- Despite being named after an aquatic plant, Water Lotus is ironically not aquatic.