From Indonesia. One of the most imposing and spectacular of the flowering gingers, with large clumps of leafy stalks that rise as high as 15 feet Rich green, lance-shaped leaves are up to 2 feet long, 6 inches wide. In summer, flower stems grow to 4 feet tall, each topped by a spectacular, pyramidal inflorescence consisting of clustered, waxy pinkish bracts and a red corolla. Easy to grow in rich, acid soil; ideal location is in the light shade of tall trees. Propagate by division in spring. Very tender to cold. Choice container plant.