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HAVE: Alpinia purpurata 'Ginoza'

Posted by bihai zone 9 (My Page) on
Thu, Apr 17, 08 at 7:54

Need to thin my stand. Mature plant. Can be container grown or in the ground in zone 10-11. Blooms in container but this one is field grown. Color is rosy hot pink. SHape: ice cream cone.

Cannot ship to:
CA, LA, AZ, TX, HI, PR

Interested in a wide range of things, not just what's specifically on my "want" list.

Orchids, bananas, philos, anthuriums, bromeliads, tropical shrubs (but not hibiscus), other gingers, aquatics, NO CANNAS.
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RE: HAVE: Alpinia purpurata 'Ginoza'

I have 2 diff hidden gingers, several butterfly gingers, reg. shell ginger and pine cone gigner let me know if your intrested an any of these would like a start of yours


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