Moisture retentive soil
Well drained soil
A member of the ginger family from China, with elegant pale yellow flowers, not unlike an orchid in appearance. Perfect for cool partial shade.
Roscoea purpurea is commonly known as Bhordaya (Nepali), it was first discovered in 1806 by Francis Buchanan. The vigorous perennial has strap-like, green foliage with prominent margins and delight...
Blousy, cream/yellow flowers with a speckled purple hue appear during the summer. The edge of the petals are slightly ruffled. Strap-like, green leaves form clumps beneath the blooms. Roscoea x beesia