Red Ginger has very showy, long-lasting blooms of red bracts with an occasional white flower. They develop into large clumps.

    About
    Wildlife Facts
    Common Name:
    Red Ginger
    Scientific Name:
    Alpinia purpurata
    Origin:
    Pacific Islands
    Color:
    • White
    • Red
    Fun Facts:
    • Young plantlets will develop at the old flower spike. If the stem bends and touches the ground the plantlet will grow roots.
    • It is sometimes sold as tropical cut flowers.
    Plant Type:
    • Evergreen
    • Perennial
    Endangered Status
    Endangered Status
    • Extinct in Wild (EW)
    • Critically Endangered (CR)
    • Endangered (EN)
    • Vulnerable (VU)
    • Near Threatened (NT)
    • Least Concern (LC)
    • Not Evaluated (NE)
    Hardiness Zones

    The USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map is the standard by which gardeners and growers can determine which plants are most likely to thrive at a location. The map is based on the average annual minimum winter temperature, divided into 10-degree F zones.

    USDA Hardiness Zones

    10a (30 °F to 35 °F)

    10b (35 °F to 40 °F)

    11a (40 °F to 45 °F)

    11b (45 °F to 50 °F)