Attractive Australian native ginger that bears
attractive flowers and fruit over a long period.
FEATURES: Upright stems arise from a creeping rhizome.
Large, glossy, light green leaves are carried in a single plane
on opposite sides of the stem. Terminal clusters of fragrant
white flowers appear throughout the year, peaking in Spring
and Summer. Small, round, bright blue, edible berries follow
CONDITIONS: Prefers moist, well drained soil in semi-shade
to full shade
FOR BEST RESULTS: Water well during Summer. Protect
from strong winds.
PLANTING IDEAS AND USES:
great feature specimen for tropical gardens and protected
sites in southern areas
ideal for decorative tubs and containers on patios and
more garden plants suited for the shade. shade plantsÂ