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Roscoea Beesiana
Supplied as a bare root tuber ex 1 litre pot

Roscoea are tuberous perennials belonging to the Zingiberaceae family, commonly known as Gingers. Roscoea have arching, linear, lance-shaped leaves and showy orchid-like flowers in summer or autumn and are considered hardy coming from the Himalaya and Tibet regions.

Roscoea beesiana is a rarely offered perennial growing to 30-40cm with fairly narrow, mid-green leaves, clasping the stem. Creamy white orchid like flowers with lemon yellow centres. Flowers are in terminal bunches and are produced from early to midsummer
Very adaptable and grows well in part shady or full sun. Prefers a slightly acidic well drained soil. Hardy to -15/20C making this exotic ginger a must for all keen jungle gardeners.
Full Sun
Well drained soil
RHS hardiness rating H4

Plants are Supplied as a bare root tuber ex 1 litre pot and are similar to the plants seen in picture 2. Picture one shows the flowers on a planted specimen in the blue nurseries garden and is not the plant for sale.


Roscoea Beesiana