Curcuma australasica is unusual because it produces flowers with the emergence foliage during the spring, and terminal as well as basal flowers with foliage during the summer through the fall. Also in the ginger family, like Curcuma longa (the Turmeric plant). About two to three feet tall and likes humid, warm environments.
Native Tumeric [Curcuma australasica; Family: Zingiberaceae]. Curcuma australasica is the only species native to Australia. It occurs on Cape York Peninsula, a few areas in the Northern Territory, Australia, and in Papua New Guinea.
BEARDED IRIS 'SEA POWER': Midseason bloomer, sweet scent, from Schreiner's Iris Gardens.
Oklahoma Formula Mix Improved - Johnny's Selected Seeds
Canary Creeper Flowering Vine
Passiflora parritae- Passifloraceae - Colombia; believed to be nearly extinct in the wild; rare in cultivation.
~~Purple Iris with water droplets by barryed~~
Striking red colour of the Fasicularia bicolor - a member of the Bromeliad family and hardy in UK climate!