The Variegated Ginger Plant is known for its fabulous yellow-striped leaves. These are spectacular in the garden or mixed containers! Hence, these make for excellent outdoor patio or indoor house plants.
The Variegated Ginger does best in full sun to part shade. For watering, provide plenty while the plant is growing. It is best to not allow the soil to dry out, however make sure the soil is not oversaturated either. If indoors make sure to give this plant bright light and humidity. If the leaves start to brown, this means your plant is not getting enough moisture.
About Our Plants
Our soil is custom blended and contains only the highest quality Canadian peat. We don’t try to cut cost with cheaper mixes. Additionally, all of our plants are grown with 100 to 180 day time release fertilizer so you won’t be running out of it just when the plants arrive. This is not the case with the quick release 30 day fertilizers that many other companies tend to use.
We do approximately 90% of our own liners. Since the cost is relatively inexpensive, we put twice as many liners in each container for many of the varieties. Accordingly, this makes for a much fuller plant.
All of our plants are given more than adequate spacing. For instance, most of the flowering bushes and trellis plants have 4 square feet of spacing. The Boston fern hanging baskets, for example, have 6 square feet. This allows our plants to grow as big and full as possible.