Cautleya gracilis (Hardy Ginger)

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Cautleya gracilis  (Hardy Ginger)

Zone: 7 - 9
Natural Range: Bhutan, China, India, Kashmir, Nepal
Soil: Moist, humus rich, well drained
Light: Part shade, sun
Height: 1' - 3' tall
Attributes:  Deciduous.  Racemes of creamy yellow orchid like flowers.  Thick corn like foliage and stems.
Notes:  Coutleya is the second hardiest group of gingers, consisting of three species from the Himalayas.  Closely related to Roscoea.  In the wild Cautleya is found growing in cool, moist forests at high elevations.
Companion plants:  Gunnera, Rodgersia, Hedychium, Darmera, Musa, Persicaria, Rhododendron, Paeonia, Arisaema
Cautleya gracilis  (Hardy Ginger)

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