Gingers are blooming

Hedychium ‘Extendum’, a hybrid which was previously offered as a form of Hedychium gardnerianum. It is one of the largest and most robust of the gingers which may reach a height of 8′ tall and produces 1′ long spikes of fragrant light yellow flowers, each highlighted by a bright orange protruding stamen. Here in the Piedmont of North Carolina it begins flowering in early September and continues through October

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  1. I love gingers and yours look great. Mine start blooming in the late spring and a few will bloom this time of year.

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