Anyone with Heliconias or Gingers in SW Florida?
Recently planted Heliconias and Gingers in the ground in SW Florida. Everyone tells me they do well in this area, except the people who planted them. They say they are plants suited for a higher elevation and will not do well here. They do not want to honor a warranty they have already given me because of that. It is too early to tell how they will do---they just got planted.
Would be interested to hear from people growing Heliconias and Gingers in SW Florida and their opinions on how they do in this area. Also, what fertilizer do you use?