Asarum caudatum 'white flower'

jerry_murray(20F/Puget Sound)July 1, 2004

Does anyone know of a white-flowered variety western US native ginger with white flowers (Asarum caudatum)? And, is it cold hardy? I am interested in trading for some.

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Someone might be able to help you on this forum, but you will probably have better luck elsewhere. Despite the common name ginger for Asarum it isn't a ginger at all. Most of us here discuss tropical gingers, a group of plants completely unrelated to Asarum. I'm sure long ago someone thought it was a good idea to call both plants ginger, but it sure causes confusion now!


    Bookmark   July 1, 2004 at 9:56AM
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