ETLINGERA ELATIOR PDF

Red and pink torch ginger are about 12 - 15 feet tall for the leaves, and flowers are between 4 - 8 feet tall. They have strong corms and shoots which will disturb walls and pavers. That said, they are so gorgeous! The blooms last a week or two depending on how many fruit flies you can tolerate. Also, it is a bad potted plant and will not flower indoors. Only warm greenhouse conditions can help, but it must be sown in the ground and gets extremely large.

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Garden locations Culture Winter hardy to USDA Zones where this plant is best grown in humus-rich, well-drained soils in full sun to light shade. Prefers consistently moist soils. Mulch helps maintain good soil moisture. Plants must be protected from strong winds which can snap off the leafstalks.

Plants are monocarpic flower stems die after flowering with new stems developing at the base. Plants are totally intolerant of frost. They also will often perform poorly in frost-free climates when night temperatures dip below 50 degrees F. These plants probably should not be grown indoors in cooler climates, however, because they will grow much shorter with less vitality and probably will not flower. It is native to Malayasia and Indonesia where it is widely cultivated as an ornamental plant.

Flowers bloom throughout the year. Each naked flower stalk with crowning terminal inflorescence purportedly resembles a torch, hence the common name of torch ginger for this plant. Stems are sometimes sliced into small pieces and added to curries and soups.

Genus name honors Andreas Ernst Etlinger, 18th century botanist. Specific epithet comes from the Latin word elatus meaning tall. Problems No serious insect or disease problems. Garden Uses.

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Degrees Torch ginger We remain temporarily closed but you can continue to explore our free online resources on gardening, green living, play and more, or find support near you. Leaves up to 85cm long, flushed purple when young, leathery with a central groove. Collections of flowers inflorescences grow at end of stalk, bracts spreading, deep pink with paler margin, floral bracts smaller, pink and fleshy. Fruiting heads measure 10x10cm, with each individual fruit hairy and green-red.

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Garden locations Culture Winter hardy to USDA Zones where this plant is best grown in humus-rich, well-drained soils in full sun to light shade. Prefers consistently moist soils. Mulch helps maintain good soil moisture. Plants must be protected from strong winds which can snap off the leafstalks. Plants are monocarpic flower stems die after flowering with new stems developing at the base. Plants are totally intolerant of frost. They also will often perform poorly in frost-free climates when night temperatures dip below 50 degrees F.

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