Finally!!!!

Kure Beach, NC(Zone 9a)

I've tried to grow blue ginger for several (7-8?) years and I FINALLY got one to bloom! Actually, it's still in bud. ;)
It's about time, and worth it!
Barb

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Sumter, SC(Zone 8a)

Beautiful emerging flower, Barb. Hope it blooms for you every year from now on.

Holly Springs, NC(Zone 7b)

That's going to be a vigorous bloom too! Congrats!

Grantsboro, NC(Zone 8b)

I have ginger fixin to bloom, been fixin to bloom over a week. Don't even know what color it is yet.
I have had it for 7 years LOL
Ca't wait to see it

Lavina

New Bern, NC(Zone 8a)

How beautiful! Is it fragrant?

Grantsboro, NC(Zone 8b)

Entlie good question looks green with Orange so far. I Can hardly wait

(Zone 9a)

Your Dicorisandra is blooming much earlier than mine ever does. It is often late October or early November before I see flowers. Sadly the blue beauty does not have any fragrance like most of the Hedychiums do.

Grantsboro, NC(Zone 8b)

Entlie no smell but its a beautiful orange and when I looked close I discovered its the ginger I bought at Food Lion LOL

New Bern, NC(Zone 8a)

Well bless Food Lion! :)

Kure Beach, NC(Zone 9a)

My husband bought some ginger root at Food Lion last year and I was going to grow it for him. Now I can't remember what happened to it. Oops......

New Bern, NC(Zone 8a)

I bought some bare bulbs at a master gardener booth last spring - forgot about them and found them in the bottom of my garden cart, wrapped in newspaper, around July. Planted them in a pot - they are skinny and want to be in the ground but definitely ginger-like!

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