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Kaempferia rotundata

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'Kaempferia rotundata' is a plant in the Kaempferia genus with a scientific name of Kaempferia rotundata. The botanical name epithet for Kaempferia rotundata (rotundata) means 'rounded'.

In the wild this plant is very rare.1

Blooms appear in these approximate colours:   Lavender indigo.

China is believed to be where Kaempferia rotundata originates from.

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How to grow Kaempferia rotundata

See our list of companion Plants for Kaempferia rotundata to see which plants you should plant in close proximity to encourage growth.

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Kaempferia rotundata Folklore & Trivia

The flowers and leaves of this plant are never seen at the same time.1

Other names for Kaempferia rotundata

peacock ginger, bhuchampaka, bhumichampa, hallakah, chengzhineer, malankoova, neerpichin

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