The plant originally comes from the humid valleys of the Himalayas, Nepal, Bhutan and Sikkim. There it grows as a rhizome-forming shrub with dense foliage up to 1.50 m in height. This small, perennial ginger species combines two advantages. It is one of an evergreen, beautiful ornamental plant with ivory-colored flowers and on the other hand a useful plant – an integral part of the Indian cuisine.
You can soak the seeds in warm water for a few hours and then place them about 1 cm deep in moist soil or in sandy herd soil. Cover the seeds thinly and lightly press the soil. Until germination, the vessel may also be dark.