Category Ginger

Curcuma Plant Care: All About Growing Common Turmeric
Ginger

Curcuma Plant Care: All About Growing Common Turmeric

Curcuma KER-koo-muh is an elegant perennial summer plant with over 100 species.It belongs to the family Zingiberaceae (ginger) which consists of notable species as Siam Tulip and turmeric.Curcuma and its species are native to Southern China, Southeast Asia, Northern Australia, and New Guinea.Reportedly, some species of the tropical plant are naturalized in warmer regions of the world such as Florida, Central America, tropical Africa, and several islands (Indian, Pacific Ocean, and Atlantic Oceans).

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Kaempferia Plant Care: Growing Peacock Ginger | Resurrection Lily

Kaempferia kaymp-FER-ee-a is a genus of plants native to India, China, and Southeast Asia. It is part of the ginger family Zingiberaceae and includes over 100 species.The genus received its name from Engelbert Kaempfer, a German botanist.Out of the more than 100 Kaempferia species, only a few varieties have found their way into homes:Kaempferia rotundaKaempferia pulchraKaempferia galangaRotunda is a demanding plant, but the other species are even more difficult to cultivate outside of the natural habitat.
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Hedychium Coronarium Care: How To Grow White Ginger Lily

The most common names for Hedychium coronarium hed-EE-kee-um, kor-oh-NAR-ee-um may be White garland lily or white ginger lily but the plant is nothing close to a lily.In fact, it comes from the ginger family Zingiberaceae.The scientific name (given by J. König), specifically the genus name comes from Greek words, hedys and chion, which mean sweet and snow respectively.
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Ginger

Curcuma Plant Care: All About Growing Common Turmeric

Curcuma KER-koo-muh is an elegant perennial summer plant with over 100 species.It belongs to the family Zingiberaceae (ginger) which consists of notable species as Siam Tulip and turmeric.Curcuma and its species are native to Southern China, Southeast Asia, Northern Australia, and New Guinea.Reportedly, some species of the tropical plant are naturalized in warmer regions of the world such as Florida, Central America, tropical Africa, and several islands (Indian, Pacific Ocean, and Atlantic Oceans).
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