This shorter cultivar is has smaller flower clusters than the other hardy gingers but is a reliable late summer bloomer and likely the hardiest of the genus. Three foot tall stems are topped with 18 inch long inflorescences of tightly packed, deep orange, moderately fragrant flowers. Full sun in rich soil with abundant moisture during the growing season. Mulch with fallen leaves in winter. In colder regions grow in a pot or store in dry peat moss and keep above zero.
Asia - China and Japan
Moist places and on forest edges.