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As they start to turn red, small, yellow blooms appear. A gentle squeeze on a cone will coat your hand with a delightfully scented ginger aroma that evaporates cleanly and leaves no after scent. The plant dies off to the ground in December allowing you to mow, rake, and plant winter flowers in their place. Positive
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Curcuma, or hidden cone gingers, is a genus of mostly tropical plants known for their dramatic bold foliage, flamboyant floral show. Curcuma can range in height from just under 2' to over 7' tall. The slightly hidden flowers resemble psychedelic pinecones...a nice trip back to the 1960sRead More
The Red Pine Cone Ginger Lily is noted for its red-flower cones. When cone is squeezed, notice the lanolin fragrance. The flowers of the Red Pine Cone Ginger contain a pleasantly fragrant fluid that is used as a shampoo by some people. In time the "pine cones" turn completely red. Very pale greenish-yellow flowers appear sporadicallyRead More
Als known as pink cone ginger or ostrich plume, red ginger (Alpinia purpurata) is a tropical perennial with a native range that spans from the Maluku islands in Indonesia to the southwest PacificRead More
Zingiber zerumbet, commonly known as pinecone ginger, shampoo ginger or wild ginger, is a rhizomatous, clump-forming perennial of Zingiber Mill genus and Zingiberaceae family. The plant is native to tropical Indo-Malesian– India, Malaysia and Indonesia. It is widely cultivated in the Asian tropics—Cambodia, India, Laos, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam, Pacific …Read More
Sep 14, 2016 · Native to Southeast Asia, pinecone ginger has been widely cultivated in warm, humid places around the world. The cone is actually a tight cluster of bracts from which the plant’s teeny whiteRead More
Common ginger (Zingiber officinale), also known as edible ginger and cooking ginger, and pine cone lily (Zingiber zerumbet), also known as bitter ginger, shampoo ginger and awapuhi kuahiwi, belongRead More
Curcuma Sulee Sunshine aka Sulee Sunshine Hidden Cone Ginger. Grows in Part Sun to Light Shade. Flower Color is Multicolor, Pink and blooms in Summer. Hardiness zone 8a, 8b, 9a, 9b, 10a, 10b. Characteristics: Container Plants, Cut flower plants, Dry Shade Plants, Insect Attracting Plants, Medicinal Plants, Plant Delights Introductions, Thrillers, Tropical Looking Plants, Corms - Bulbs - TubersRead More
Other Names: Ostrich Plumes, Pink Cone Ginger, Jungle king, Teuila Flower, and Tahitian ginger Rhizomes and stalks of this plant have a strong spicy scent. But what it’s famous for is the bright red or pink bracts that look stunningRead More
Apr 07, 2017 · My ginger plants are the red pinecone. The roots look just like the store bought ginger but neither smell like ginger nor (I assume) taste at all pungent and pleasant. I wonder if good-tasting ginger will grow in the acidic soil under the river oaks as these flourishing ornamentalsRead More
Panda Plant (Horsehead Philodendron, Cordatum, Heartleaf Philodendron, Panda Plant, Split Leaf Philodendron, Fruit Salad Plant, Red Emerald, Red Princess, Saddle Leaf , Fiddle-leaf) ... Butterfly Ginger (White Ginger, Cinnamon Jasmine, Garland Flower, Ginger Lily)Read More
Mar 22, 2021 · The ginger plants of the Shampoo ginger produce pine cone-shaped flowers that could range from yellow to pink in color. The name of this ginger has been derived from the use of its cones. You can extract the creamy liquid substance in the cones and use them as a shampoo or conditionerRead More
Also called Indian Head Ginger, Spiral Ginger, Red Cane Ginger, or Scarlet Spiral Flag, bright ruby red spiky cones produce orange flag-like flowers, each less than one inch in size, with a barely visible lower yellow lip. Hardy to USDA Zones 9 through 11, this perennial shines best in tropical landscapesRead More
Plants in the Costus genus are often referred to as spiral gingers although the family (Costaceae) has been segregated from the true gingers (Zingiberaceae). Costus members have spirally arranged, one-sided leaves and terminal, cone-shaped inflorescences with colorful, closely overlapping bracts. Between the bracts single or paired flowers emergeRead More
Now envision these branch tips framed by foliage that grows to 6 feet. Pinecone shaped bracts that give this plant group its common name, Hidden Cone Ginger, emerge in June and last for months. An easy to grow tropical wonder, this plant is happy in dappled sun to light shade and average soil.\u003c\/p\u003e"}Read More
Plant your ginger rhizome with any roots pointing downwards and the "eyes" or growing points just below the soil surface. If your rhizomes have clipped leaf stalks allow these to protrude above the soil line. Space plants about 12" apart. Tuck the plants in and tamp down the soil to remove any air pocketsRead More
Zingiber zerumbet, commonly known as pinecone ginger, shampoo ginger or wild ginger, is a rhizomatous, clump-forming perennial which typically grows to 3.5-4’ tall, but occasionally to 6-7’ tall, on reed-like stems (to 30” long) clad with narrow green leavesRead More
Oct 21, 2020 · Beehive ginger’s cone-shaped bracts may be in various colours or colours. In yellow, gold and pink, some Beehive ginger cultivars grow “flowers”. This ginger plant is often named ‘pine cone ginger’ because of its shape. avoid getting it in full sun, as intense sunlight will burn this plant. It grows well in a humid climate. It is suitable for a spot in the sun-dappled shadeRead More
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