native gingers

stephenNJ(z6NJ)June 28, 2003

are they evergreen in zone 6 ?

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loniesmom(z5 (6?) NE OH)

Plant Delights shows about a dozen "native" gingers ranging in their cold-hardiness from Zone 2-9 down to 7b-9. See if you can match one of their photos to your specimen, or post a picture of your specimen on the "name that plant" forum and see if the experts can help you determine which cultivar you've got.

    Bookmark   June 30, 2003 at 11:34AM
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