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Hedychium aurantiacumRobust, perennial plant upto 2 m. high with stiff leaves, smooth green above and bluish beneath. The scarlet red flowers with pink filaments are borne on dense stout spike. Sub-tropical.
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Hedychium consanguineum‘Garland Flower’. Large, sweetly perfumed white flowers with yellow throat are borne on green, waxy, bulbous, scale-like bracts in terminal clusters. Height 2 m and silvery-haired beneath the leaves. An easy grower, it can adapt to full sunlight but requires ample moisture. Sub-tropical.
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Hedychium densiflorum
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Hedychium ellipticumDense round heads of mildly fragrant flowers. Corolla white with red anthers. Dwarf and easily adapted to pot culture. Sub-temperate.
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Hedychium flavumCanes upto 1.5 m. high bearing long glabrous, pointed leaves 50-60 cm. long. Large head of shingled green bracts from which appear a wide cluster of highly fragrant flowers. Yellow with orange patch and cream stamens. Sub-tropical.
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Hedychium gardenarianum‘Kahili Ginger’ or the ‘Giant Butterfly Ginger Lily’. Most cold hardy of the Ginger lilies, and easily cultivated. The yellow flowers with attractive red filaments are delightfully perfumed and borne on spikes 30-45 cm. high. Canes are 1-1.5m. high with long leaves that are powdery white beneath when young.
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Hedychium greeniiStout leafy canes upto 1.5 m. high. Leaves 25 cm. long with red under surface. Dense terminal head of large fiery orange-red flowers with dark red lip and red filaments. Certainly one of the finest among the Ginger Lilies. Cold hardy.
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Hedychium griffithianumTall 30-45 cm. tall cylindrical spikes of white fragrant flowers that are truly captivating. Newly introduced to horticulture and easy to grow. They are sub-temperate and grow to specimens without much effort
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Hedychium gardenarianum‘Kahili Ginger’ or the ‘Giant Butterfly Ginger Lily’. Most cold hardy of the Ginger lilies, and easily cultivated. The yellow flowers with attractive red filaments are delightfully perfumed and borne on spikes 30-45 cm. high. Canes are 1-1.5m. high with long leaves that are powdery white beneath when young.
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Hedychium thyrsiformeDense elliptical heads of pure milky white flowers with long protruding filaments. Leafy stem with fleshy lance-shaped leaves and stems upto 2 m. high. Sub-tropical.
   
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