Costus woodsonii – Indian Head Ginger - here in Hawaii, Indian Head Ginger grows in sunny to shady gardens with moist soil. The plants spread by rhizomes, plantlets, or stem cuttings. The showy inflorescences make long lasting cut flowers in tropical flower arrangements.

Costus woodsonii – Indian Head Ginger - here in Hawaii, Indian Head Ginger grows in sunny to shady gardens with moist soil. The plants spread by rhizomes, plantlets, or stem cuttings. The showy inflorescences make long lasting cut flowers in tropical flower arrangements.

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Stock photo: Costus woodsonii – Indian Head Ginger - here in Hawaii, Indian Head Ginger grows in sunny to shady gardens with moist soil. The plants spread by rhizomes, plantlets, or stem cuttings. The showy inflorescences make long lasting cut flowers in tropical flower arrangements. was taken by stickmanhawaii on 21-09-2017 with Apple model iPad . DPI width: 72.0, height 72.0 . White balance settings: 0.