Curcuma alismatifolia is member of the family Zingiberaceae (ginger).
It is a native of Thailand, in which plants in the wild are very variable clones.
However, one particular clone which is called "Tulip Ginger" or "Chiangmai Pink" or "Standard Pink"
or "Summer Tulip" is what most people known. This extra large pink variety is a cut
above the rest and to far very few varieties seem to compare. It is grown by millions in Thailand
and is also a hot item in Holland and Israel where it is grown for cut flowers and pot plants.
This plant is a long lasting, repeat blooming, full-sun loving, easy to grow and very productive.
Curcuma species which bloom is held above the foliage does look like a tulip
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