Alpinia caerulea ( Native Ginger ) – Tube stock


The pith inside the fruit has a pleasant, refreshing, lemony taste.
Young root tips are edible, but do not have the strong ginger flavour of the exotic plant.

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A perennial clumping herb with soft thick stems arising from an underground rhizome.
Large bright green leaves are up to 400 mm long.
White flowers are followed by round blue fruits to 15mm in spikes on the ends of the stems.

The fragrant white flowers are followed by blue berries.
It forms a clump to 2 metres tall, and is hardy.
Likes a lightly shaded to full shade spot, and can be used indoors.


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