oh, I had a pink one but it did not survive the winter, both indoors and outdoors. I have not been able to find any at the local nursery again. I bought it 'cause it was so pretty and unusual and it looked like an orchid (which I can't seem to grow).
Nicole, beautiful plant. I have been wanting to replace mine, which I lost several years ago. You are right, the yellow one is everywhere but more difficult to find other globbas. Do you grow other gingers? Welcome to the ginger cubits.
Thanks Barbara for having me. I started out with some white butterfly gingers, passed down through the family. I did not even know what it was, just that they were gingers and I just love their fragrance. Last year, I bought some blue ginger cuttings but only one made it. Hope to keep it alive and a DG friend had given me a pin stripe ginger, which is slow growing.
I see that you are the same growing zone as I am. You need to stretch your wings and venture it to buying or trading for more Hedychiums. I find the Alpinias to be a little less forgiving of a cold wet winter like last year,while the Hedychiums always survive. I keep my more tender gingers in the greenhouse.
I am going to dig that fella out this winter. I thought I killed it this past winter. How about cucurma, do you own and if so do you plant into the ground. Having plants to haul in is so much work. I've gotten rid of alot of my plumeria just because of that.
i had several of the winitti white dragon as well as the mauve dancing girl but they didnt make it through the winter here in ga. the ones that i brought inside didnt even come back. i am very interested in trading for more of them and have many varieties to choose from to trade. pm me if interested