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The ginger lily group is a very large group of tropical flowering plants, that has some rhizome members such as the fragrant white ginger, Hedyicium coronarium, the blue ginger lily, and the red pine cone (pinecone) ginger lily rhizome can all be grown out-of-doors as a cold hardy flowering plant in zone 8 through 11. Gingers lilies grow very well in containers, and most of the ginger lily bulbs are fragrant in all their parts, rhizomes, stems, leaves and flowers.

Alpinia Ginger

USDA Zones 8-11

Amethyst Ginger

USDA Zones 8-11

Blue Ginger

USDA Zones 8-11

Curcuma roscoeana Ginger

USDA Zones 8-11

Disney Ginger

USDA Zones 8-11

Globba winitii White Dragon Ginger

USDA Zones 8-11

Peacock Ginger

USDA Zones 8-11

Pink 'Elizabeth' Ginger

USDA Zones 7-10

Red Pine Cone Ginger

USDA Zones 8-11

Scarlet Fever Ginger

USDA Zones 8-11

Tri-Color Ginger

USDA Zones 7-11

Variegated Alpinia Ginger

USDA Zones 7-11

White Butterfly Ginger

USDA Zones 7-10

Yellow Giant Ginger

USDA Zones 8-10

  • White Ginger Lily Bulb
    The White Butterfly Ginger Lily fragrant flowers will bring butterflies streaming into your yard to enjoy their fill of the sweet nectar awaiting each fluttering visiting insect inside each flower a feeding treat and the abundant supplies of pollen. Try planting the White butterfly ginger lilies in beds along your walkway to waft the enchanting fragrance of summer and fall flowers into the nostrils of passerby visitors. This fine flowering bulb will delight any gardener with its unparalleled blooming displays, season after season and year after year.
  • Variegated Alpinia Ginger Lily
    Variegated Shell Ginger Lily is a spectacular tropical plant that lights up dark landscapes and prefers to grow in some shade. The excellent striping of creamy-yellow streaks embedded in shiny waxy-green of these Variegated Shell Ginger lily is a must have by landscapers. The variegated foliage of this ginger exceeds the beauty of its flowers that are rarely seen in the Southern United States, and all parts of this ginger are liberally packed with fragrance, even from the slightest breeze.
  • Red Pine Cone Ginger Lily
    The red pine cone ginger lily is very cold hardy, growing successfully outside in gardens from zone 8 to 10. The pine cone flowers are colored brilliant red and lie well hidden beneath the towering leaves sometimes growing 6 feet in height. The flowers are oval-cone shaped reach 6 inches long, 2 inches wide and are filled with a delightful perfumed fluid that is released abundantly into the hand when the flower is squeezed. The flowers grow from a thick vigorously growing rhizome that rapidly multiplies and spreads under the shade of the abundant green leaves.