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propagating perennials: Hedychium coronarium-White Ginger
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Monday, August 11, 2008

Hedychium coronarium-White Ginger

Hedychium coronarium or White Ginger can be propagated in the spring by digging up the parent plant and dividing the roots however be aware that it only grows along the S.E. coast, Florida & California where it is evergreen, Zone 8a-11. It has a fragrant bloom with white flowers and can bloom from late spring to early fall. It reaches a height of 3'-6' and prefers light shade in a well drained soil.

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