One of the most decorative of the ornamental ginger, this hybrid by the late plant breeder Dr. Moy of the San Antonio Botanical Garden is exquisite! The 4 ft. tall stalks with 12 inch long white speckled leaves are unique enough to have in any garden, but then in September the FRAGRANT butterfly-shaped peachy-orange flowers come out and cause a stir. Tolerant of more sun than the species, plus will grow nicely in a large container for those that have climates that are not hardy for this garden gem. This plant will add a tropical flavor to your garden. Evergreen in mild climates, but deciduous in cooler areas. Hardy to zone 7.