Hedychium gardnerianum ?



 
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SK1508 14 Oct 2018
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Location:  Shivapuri National Park,Nepal 
Date: 24 August 2018
Elevation:6500 ft.
Which Hedychium ?
Habit : Wild    

Hedychium spicatum ?? 

Hedychium sp. buds only. one needs flowers to know, i think
unless a grower really knows his plants
ok ! let us forget it since it is not possibe to follow-up.
why should we forget it, ... never say never. there is always someone who knows...
just because i do not recognize the further classification is no reason to give up.
... grows all kinds of gingers, he would be able to recognize the buds and guess what they will mature into. that's what i was alluding to in my first reply, that some one who grows....etc. and some students in some university studying Medicinal exotic gingers. are i am sure growing them and watching them everyday. life is fun. never give up
Ok ... I understand.

May be Hedychium gardenarianum. Wait for flower opening for confirmation.
Thank you ... But it is not possible for a follow up since it is far away.

So we stay with Hedychium sp as our final diagnosis on this one
with a caveat that its possibly: Hedychium gardenarianum
Ok ...

correcting the spelling- Hedychium gardnerianum 
e not a 

Not big deal. It is ok Ushadi !

it becomes a deal if you copy paste the wrong spelling in google or plant list , kew etc and get no response. correct spelling got me some results. thats why i wrote the post
In that case I agree !



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