Gingers for sale(All pot sizes are approximate)
Sold in 3Ltr or 2Ltr pots with a minimum of one growing point and roots.
Hedychium, Roscoea, Zingiber and Cautleya are all commonly referred to as Gingers. They have beautiful foliage and stunning flowers from mid to late season, often highly scented. Many species are extremely hardy, even surviving outdoors during winter 2010/11. They make superb conservatory plants, especially the evergreen species.
(Butterfly ginger, Queen's perfume), Family Zingiberaceae, Originating from Nepal and India. A vigorous ginger producing stout red shoots in spring followed by thick, sturdy stems and glossy, mid-green leaves with slightly downy undersides.
(Ginger lily), Family Zingiberaceae, Originating from unknown. Thought to have come from the garden at Great Dixter but its source is unknown. It maybe a cross between coronarium and gardenerianum. Broad green leaves and cream flowers.
(Kahili ginger), AGM, Family Zingiberaceae, Originating from India, Himalayas. Thick, upright stems and large, leathery, dark green leaves up to 40cm long. Bears enormous cylindrical racemes of yellow flowers with red stamens.
(Ginger lily), Family Zingiberaceae, Originating from Bhutan. Showy, attention grabbing foliage; the upper leaf is glossy dark green and the undersides are a deep maroon with stems a lighter maroon.
(Pincushion Ginger), Family Zingiberaceae, Originating from India. As a foliage plant alone this ginger deserves its place in any collection. The arching stems produce long, glossy green leaves that are crumpled and folded.
(cautleya-flowered roscoea 'Purple Queen'), AGM, Family Zingiberaceae, Originating from Sichuan and Yunnan. Tuberous perennial with long, narrow, upright, fleshy leaves clasping the stem. Purple-lilac orchid-like flowers are produced in small, terminal clusters.
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