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HAVE: Etlingera elatior Pink Torch Ginger

Posted by bihai z8B FL (My Page) on
Fri, Aug 25, 06 at 7:18

I have decided to remove this fabulous large growing ginger, in its entirety, from my greenhouse. It was a hard decision, but, I have an extremely rare palm, Pelagadoxa henryana. which is getting very very large and needs space to develop to its full potential, so the ginger has to go. It has biven me a lot of pleasure (and a lot of cut flowers!) for the last few years, but I have 2 other Etlingeras in the greenhouse and don't need all 3 types. I will be starting to remove it today and will undoubtedly end up with a ton of rhizomes for trade.

If you are at all interested, please contact me.
I am interested in the following:
Any hedychium except CORONARIUM
Curcumas
Crinums, preferably Pink, Red or striped flowers
COlocasias (except plain green)
Alocasias
BLACK MONDO GRASS in QUANTITY
CURLY MONDO GRASS in QUANTITY
BAMBOO
MAKE ME AN OFFER


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RE: HAVE: Etlingera elatior but cannot ship to:

No trades to CA, TX, LA, AZ, sorry.


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RE: HAVE: Etlingera elatior Pink Torch Ginger

Will this species survive as a deciduous plant outdoors in 8a. I do have several species of bamboo available if it can be to trade.
Thanks
Chris


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