Viewing post #206021 by AlohaHoya
|I have seedlings of this small epiphytic ginger available....and will have seeds shortly. I have my plant growing in the ground but they can be planted on rocks, in trees etc. if you have the climate for it. When the plant gets ready to bloom, the first little red spikes appear....and they grow and grow and grow and finally the whole flower opens....the process takes about a month so it not just a flash and it is over.
The seedlings are in 4" pots and are about 6" tall. I would prefer to sell at least 4 at a pop to make the shipping and the effort worthwhile. $5 each.
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