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Shell Ginger (alpinia zerumbet): This is a form of shell ginger, prized for those beautiful leaves and sprays of shell-shaped peachy flowers.

Red Ginger (alpinia purpurata): This is an ornamental ginger, prized for its elongated foliage and blooms typically in late summer with reddish bracts. At maturity will grow to about 9-12 ft. tall and 2-3 ft. wide. Grows from rhizomes and does best in light shade, protection from wind, and ample water. Endemic to the Pacific islands, for prolific blooms remove the canes that have flowered.

Shellplant (alpinia zerumbet): Alpinia zerumbet, commonly known as shell ginger, is a perennial species of ginger native to East Asia. They can grow up to 8 to 10 ft (2.4 to 3.0 m) tall and bear colorful funnel-shaped flowers. They are grown as ornamentals and their leaves are used in cuisine and traditional medicine. They are also sometimes known as the pink porcelain lily, variegated ginger or butterfly ginger. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alpinia%20zerumbet

Red Ginger (alpinia purpurata): Prized for its elongated foliage and blooms typically in late summer with reddish bracts. At maturity will grow to about 9-12 ft. tall and 2-3 ft. wide. Grows from rhizomes and does best in light shade, protection from wind, and ample water. Endemic to the Pacific islands, for prolific blooms remove the canes that have flowered.

Shell Ginger (alpinia zerumbet): This is a form of shell ginger, prized for those beautiful leaves and sprays of shell-shaped peachy flowers.