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Dr. Bill’s Plant of the Week – Hidden Ginger (Curcuma petiolata) As the common name implies, the flowers of this tropical Ginger are hidden among the bright green foliage of this rhizomatous plant. The violet pink bracts hide the golden yellow flowers. Since we live in a semi-tropical climate, this Ginger dies back in the winter but resprouts in the spring to reward us with flowers in late summer. Probably best grown in partial shade, we have plantings that are doing well in a great deal of…

Spectacular Hidden Ginger Curcuma Peliolata Fresh Rhizome: Grows up to or Taller

Lobster claw... A fast-growing herbaceous perennial with stalks reaching 7 feet tall. Scarlet and yellow bracts emerge on second-year stalks. Plant in bright shade with moist, well-drained soil. USDA Hardiness Zones: 10B to 11

"Lobster Claw* A fast-growing herbaceous perennial with stalks reaching 7 feet tall. Scarlet and yellow bracts emerge on second-year stalks. Plant in bright shade with moist, well-drained soil. USDA Hardiness Zones: to

Image of Curcuma 'Sulee Sunshine'

Curcuma longa - Grow Turmeric In Your Garden

"Rosy Dawn" Pink Ginger - Alpinia Purpurata

For me: Where I chose my wedding flowers. Bought from 2283 NW 82 Ave, Miami, FL 33122 Luis Gonzalez

Red Ginger Lily

Etlingera elatior, also known as Torch Ginger, Red Ginger Lily, Philippine Wax Flower or Rose de Porcelaine. Introduced in the garden from Indonesia

Lavender Anemone Flower

Anemone is in season for fall (this flower is usually seen with the white petals and black center)

Resultado de imagen para Calathea Crotalifera S. Watson

Calathea crotalifera - Rattlesnake Plant, Rattle Shaker, Rattlesnake Ginger, Yellow Rattleshaker - Hawaiian Plants and Tropical Flowers

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