The ginger blossom looks beautiful in every flower vase. Find out more information about the exotic here.
Botanical name: Zingiber officinale
Plant family: Ginger family (bot. Zingiberaceae)
Occurrence: Tropics and subtropics
Ginger blossom is also known under the name ginger. This exotic plant belongs to the ginger family (bot. Zingiberaceae) and has its origins in New Guinea, New Caledonia, the Solomon Islands and Vanuatu. The long inflorescences usually have red ovoid bracts that are reminiscent of a crown. Nowadays the ginger can be found especially in tropical areas like Hawaii and Puerto Rico. The inflorescences of the ginger blossom are only up to about 25 cm high. Because of its thick stem and lance-like leaves, the ginger blossom looks very similar to reeds. Due to its unusual appearance, the ginger blossom is a welcome change in the apartment.
Meaning of ginger blossom
The roots of the ginger flower are the most common part of the plant. The root has an anti-inflammatory, antibacterial effect and is therefore used as a medicinal plant against nausea and vomiting.
Care tips for the ginger blossom
Ginger is very easy to care for, cut the stems diagonally with a sharp knife and put them in cold water.
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