Ginger Plants

Siam Ginger

Zone 34201 | Anonymous added on December 31, 2019 | Answered

In live in Sarasota, Florida my Siam Ginger looked beautiful for months; however, it has now stopped flowering and some of the leaves are turning brown and crumply. Should I be cutting everything back for the winter or just leave it alone and remove the dead stuff? Liz

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Answered on January 3, 2020

You can trim off dead or damaged leaves while dormant. This article tells more:

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