This is an evergreen
clump forming perennial. With good foliage and orange-red scented flower
spikes in late summer. The rootstock is hardy in the south of
England outdoors without lifting, a warm position (not
necessarily sunny) and winter mulch will ensure flowering before
autumn fades. Kept in protection this ginger will remain
evergreen through the winter months and flowering will be earlier.
A stunning plant for foliage and flower. good in the conservatory
for foliage effect as well as scent (freesia) when in flower.