Hedychium flavescens

 
Yellow Ginger Lily; 
 
at Jijamata Udyan, Mumbai- March'10?;
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Hedychium Flavescens : AK - efloraofindia | Google Groups

 
 
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Hedychium flavescens from the Zingiberaceae family,
also known as peeli haldi
the flowers are very fragrant
this was planted by me at my place in alibaug
Nice, I wish I could see whole of the inflorescence
another one
 
 
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Sharing Yellow Ginger Lily from Jijamata Udyan, Mumbai.
Excellent photographs ....
 
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Posted on our group earlier.
Found along the roadside in Munnar.

Feedback from ........This is the reply from ..., a good friend of mine, curator of
Ginger garden at Singapore Botanic Gardens. "Hedychium sp., most probably H. flavescens".
For validation.

 
 
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Hedychium coronarium Yellow variety. 
Your upload seems to be Hedychium flavescens

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This ornamental tall herb was photographed from Fremont in California, growing about 2 m tall.
Please help in choosing between H. flavum and H. flavescens.
dont know
people who have been dealing in them for a long time are themselves confess to be confused, see the answer by the Tallahassee guy (GingersRus(Tallahassee z8B) )
and he has two pages:
but there are two interesting pages
1A http://www.gingersrus.com/cart/index.php?productID=76
  1B: http://www.gingersrus.com/cart/index.php?productID=206
by a very interesting guy
http://www.gingersrus.com/cart/index.php?aux_page=aux1
ps same as the Tallahassee guy (GingersRus(Tallahassee z8B) )
so how do we separate them?
beats me
efi page on Hedychium flavescens
The major differences between two is as follows
Characters var. flavum var. flavescens
Lamina 26-37.5 cm long, green or hyaline    hairy below 46-50.5 cm long, golden yellow hairy below
Flower length 12.5-13 cm    15.3-15.6 cm
Calyx length 3.3-3.5 cm    4.2-4.4 cm
Corolla tube length 7.9-8 cm    9-9.1 cm
Dorsal corolla lobe length 3.7-3.8 cm   4.8-4.9 cm
Lateral staminodes 3.9-4.1 x 1.4-1.5 cm    5-5.1 x 1.6-1.8 cm
Labellum 3.8-4 x 3.3-3.6 cm    5-5.2 x 4-4.2 cm
Stamen length 4.3-4.5 cm    5.5-5.8 cm
Filament length 3.3-3.4 cm    4.7-4.8 cm
Based on flower size, inflorescence and leaves I go with H. flavescens.  
 
Hedychium flavescens Carey ex Roscoe : 4 posts by 1 author. 4 images- 6 mb each.
Location: Sankhu, Nepal
Date: 12 September 2020
Elevation: 1464 m. 
Habit: Wild

 
 
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