Beehive gingers flower from the base of the clump. In a small area there can be over 100 flowers. Generally while most beehives start out yellow or apricot they will go red with age.Champagne is slightly smaller than other beehives. It is the first to flower and has pretty apricot flowers. In general beehives make great landscaping plants, Champagne is no exception. The flowers can also be used in arrangements and are long lasting. Easy tp grow and cold hardy excellent plant for novice growers.
|Growing Conditions||Rich well drained soil can take full sun but look best with a bit of protection from full sun. Can grow all the way down to Melbourne in a protected microclimate.|
|Flowering Season||early spring , the first beehive ginger to flower|
|Max Size||2 meters|
|Temperature||to 5 degree|