Plant Search » Zingiberaceae (The Ginger Family)
Roscoea alpina is a cool ginger relative with orchid-like light purple flowers.
Roscoea auriculata 'Floriade' has larger flowers than the species.
Roscoea cautleyoides 'Jeffrey Thomas' has pale yellow flowers with a particularly large flower lip.
A Himalayan native, Roscoea purpurea, is a zone 6 ginger relative with orchid-like, light purple flowers.
Roscoea ‘Brown Peacock' has orchid-like, lavender flowers on top of purple-brown stalks with clasping green leaves that are red-flushed beneath.
Roscoea purpurea 'Cinnamon Stick' has blood red stems that ascend to bronzed leaves and large, orchid-like lavender flowers.
Roscoea ‘Spice Island' has lavender purple, orchid-like flowers on top of deep red stalks with clasping green leaves with red-flushed undersides in mid summer.
Roscoea x beesiana has white to pale cream orchid-like flowers with varying amounts of purple streaking.