Sold in 3.5" pots rooted or rhizomes depending on availability
Native to Central and South America, the Renealmia species are the cousins to the Alpinia, its leaves have a fragrant gingerly scent and are not as cold hardy as the Alpinia species. Its bracts and inflorescence are either terminal or basal depending on variety.
Awesome orange and yellow bracts combine together to make this ginger a real treat! Its bracts are terminally hard and waxy resembling a pineapple, bracts can range from 5" to 1' tall. Foliage is light green and wavy on the edges with a very gingerly scent when crushed. Height to 6'. Prefers mild temperatures or greenhouse. $15.95 RC-02
A recently collected spp. with orange and red bracts that are hard and waxy resembling a small pineapple, height 5' to 7' tall, it's foliage is light green with wavy edges, with a wonderful gingerly scent when brushed against. A spectacular show in bloom! Great for cut flower! $15.95 RCYS-03
A ginger from Costa Rica ,with a coarse like skin on it's lower stems, growing 5 to7' in a tight clumping form. Very showy, yellowish flowers are produced terminally. Flowers have distinct camphor scent. $12.95