Here are some links to websites with information on heliconias and other
An interesting site with valuable information on cultivation of gingers and
other tropical plants in the temperate climate of Houston, Texas.
Harry P. Leu Gardens
Leu Gardens is located in subtropical Orlando, Florida, and has collections of
heliconias, gingers and bananas. There are good articles on growing
gingers and bananas in Central Florida (look for the links on the "Horticulture"
Heliconia Society International
society dedicated the promotion of Heliconia and other members of the
Le Jardin Ombragé
Dave Skinner has a
wealth of ginger information on this website, with personal observations on
ginger growth and survival at his subtropical location in Florida.
Botanical garden and
exotic plant nursery in the mountains of Maricao, Puerto Rico, with over 200
different heliconias, gingers and ornamental bananas.
Tropical flower and fruit farm located in Las Marías, Puerto Rico, with an
extensive collection of Zingiberales.
Located in Río Grande,
Puerto Rico, Zingiberales Gardens is a 20 acre botanical garden dedicated to the
conservation of heliconias and other Zingiberales. This site also has a
great collection of heliconia photos from Lyon Arboretum in Oahu, Hawaii.
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