Tapeinochilus, Indonesian wax ginger (Tapeinochilus ananassae).
Tapeinochilus will reach 8 feet tall with dark green soft leaves arranged spirally around bamboo-like stems. Terminal inflorescences are cone-like and bright crimson, with yellow waxy flowers nestled in the cone. These are very showy. The cone-like bracts are often used in floral arrangements. Indonesian Wax Ginger is native from Malaysia to Queensland, Australia. It is a tropical plant.
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