Reader Bonnie Simmons sent in a photo of an unusual striking lavender bloom, asking what is it?
It’s one of the many gingers that are easy to grow in our area. In fact, some are so easy they may become a bit of a problem as they multiply by underground stems called rhizomes. Hidden ginger produces a cone shaped growth with many small yellow flowers, and then one striking lavender bloom emerges.
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