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ALPINIA zerumber Variegata - Pépinière La Forêt
ALPINIA zerumber Variegata - Pépinière La Forêt

ALPINIA zerumber Variegata

ALPINIA zerumber Variegata

Very beautiful variety of Ginger with variegated foliage. Its large lanceolate leaves are green with yellow streaks, which makes it very bright. The white flowering with yellow-orange heart can intervene on the 2 years old stems.

60 x 60cm Upright
Deciduous Green and yellow variegated
Half shade
August to September White
-5° °C
Massifs, pots
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Characteristics of the ALPINIA zerumber Variegata.


Native to Asia and Central America, this Alpinia forms a beautiful dense clump more modest than other varieties. The large lanceolate leaves grow along erect stems that can reach a height of 60/80cm. The leaves are green with regular creamy yellow stripes, bringing light to this plant.

How to use the ALPINIA zerumber Variegata.


The Alpinia zerumber Variegata is a plant a little cold, it will be able to be planted in full ground only in the regions with the very soft winters. Everywhere else it will be cultivated in pot to winterize it as soon as the temperatures drop. We associate it with other Ginger, Musa, Cordyline, Farfugium... in a bed or in a pot in a patio for a Jungle Garden spirit. Like many plants it can be grown indoors all year round, see Indoor/Outdoor Garden.

What tips do you have for growing the ALPINIA zerumber Variegata successfully?


The ALPINIA zerumber Variegata can be grown in the open ground in mild regions or in pots if the winters are harsh. In both cases it is planted in a rich, fresh and well drained soil. It will be placed in a situation of half-shade and sheltered from the dominant winds.