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Gingers of Yunnan

Alpinia conchigera

Alpinia sp. (unidentified species)

Alpinia platychilus

Amomum maximum

Amomum tsao-ko

Costus lacerus

Costus tonkinensis



Globba winitii

Hedychium coccineum

Hedychium coronarium

Hedychium flavescens

Hedychium forrestii

Hedychium villosum

Hedychium sp.

Kaempferia rotunda

Zingiber fragile

Zingiber zerumbet

Zingiber xishuangbannaese




Zingiber xishuangbannaese
Xishuangbanna ginger

As the name indicates, this small ginger is endemic in our area. It grows under trees and bushes where its pretty red flowers can be seen from far like red lanterns. It is, however, a rare species, even in our area.

The flower of Zingiber xishuangbannaese at early stage

Later the fruit stands open wide to expose the seeds to birds.

Complete ginger plant with mature fruits. Note the beautiful red colour of the leafe stems.

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Imagine, the traceability of your supply chain leads your customers to the tropical jungles of the Mekong river and to the Himalayan mountains where Tibet meets Yunnan. Immerged in diverse culture and rich biodiversity, your customers can visit the places and people where your organic products start from pristine soils, clean air, and where they support the livelihood of local ethnic communities.

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Gingers prefer the shaded and moist environment of valleys. If you have a dark corner in your garden or a group of trees that make lots of shade this will be ideal places.

In-door locations where no direct sun light can burn the leaves are good places.

Gingers make seeds that germinate well in warm and moist soil. Check if we have seeds or rhizomes available.

If you wish to import plants for sale on wholesale conditions, please send us an e-mail.

If you need rhizomes at larger quantities, please write to us.


Many gingers are described in this book:

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