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pink ginger

A pink ginger bract is another tropical stunner.  Just as with the heliconia featured in the last two posts, the actual “flower” is a small portion of what non-botanical types consider to be the plant’s bloom.  In the case of the ginger, the true flowers are the tiny white ones that encircle the much larger pink bract.  Deep pink “petals” at the base give way to the palest pink “petals” at the tip.  A study in color gradation, or a pretty “flower,” or both?  Take your pick.

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2 Comments

  1. Awesome…

    thank you

    • Thanks, Linda.

      Another post featuring pink, today. Check it out! 🙂

      Cheers,
      RPRT Photo


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