Highly desirable garden plants from the Ginger Family with attractive foliage and very showy flowers. Most of the species are pleasantly fragrant and enliven the garden by attracting butterflies and moths.Some of the species are cold hardy, and deciduous during the winter months.
(Yellow Butterfly Lily) Canes upto 1.5 m. high bearing long glabrous, pointed leaves 50-60 cm. long. Large head of shingled green bracts from which appear a wide cluster of highly fragrant flowers. Yellow with orange patch and cream stamens.
�Mature dormant flowering size rhizomes offered.
�Loves well drained potting compost with grit, loam and leaf mulch mixed in equal parts. Feed and water well during growing period. Keep moist during dormancy. Prefers 50% light though few can tolerate up to 70%.