Hedychium coccineum 'Peach'
|Flowers in early August
One of several tropical gingers I bought by mail order in autumn of 2019 and planted in our north-facing foundation border. It died back in winter, and took its time to return in spring. The rest of the season it looked healthy enough, but it waited to bloom until October. The year after, it was faster, even with a freeze-delayed start, and bloomed in early August.
|narrow-leaf ginger; hardy ginger lily
|Just planted, late September
|New growth, late May
|Full of promise, late July 2021
In our garden, this plant grows in the following areas: foundation border, right-fence nursery area
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