Look great as a screening plant in a tropical garden setting.
The leaves can be used in cooking, it has multiple health benefits.
Flowers are tiny in either white with yellow or red but another form of the plant may also produce black white or red pods.
The pods are crushed open to reveal tiny black seeds, the source of cardamom spice.
Try to plant them as understory plants where they will be protected from full sun and frost.
Drought and frost-sensitive, galangal does prefer tropical and sub-tropical conditions but will grow well in warm temperate areas as long as they are protected from frost.
The only problem that may occur is root rot if the ground is too wet, even though they prefer moist soil.
All items are posted on a Monday Express post, with Australia Post. If Monday is a public holiday they will be sent the Tuesday or the following Monday depending on the destination. We aim to deliver healthy and happy plants :)
When posted the plant will be sent bare rooted wrapped in slightly damp newspaper.