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Gingers: If one is Beni-oiran, then who is the other one?

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TrixieM
Mc Call Creek, MS

September 17, 2011
5:50 PM

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I've had Beni-oiran growing for years in one spot. It was always a smallish pretty orange hedychium that generally blooms earlier than any of my other hedychiums, also always having a tall thin stem. Now I apparently have another kind which has grown into Beni-O's territory. However, in spite of their similarities, they are distinctly different.

Does anyone know what the larger of the two is? (Probably came from Barbara or Donna.)

Thanks for your help.

Kay

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