What Does a Ginger Plant Look like?


With more than 1400 species of the ginger plant, what this plant looks like can really change. While there are many differences, most of the plants have stems that look like reeds and pointed green leaves.
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The part used is the rhizome, or bulb that is under the ground. The part above ground has green elongated leaves with flowers that resemble the Proteus.
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