General Information. Curcuma amada is a perennial plant growing around 80cm tall. The plant is occasionally cultivated in tropical areas, especially India, for its. A perennial herb with creeping tuberous rhizome, scented like mangoo when bruished. Leafy aerial portion dies on advent of winter during January to March. Rhizomatous herbs, rhizome light yellow inside, white towards the periphery with the smell of green mango; sessile tubers thick, x cm, cylindric or.
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Rhizomatous herbs, rhizome light yellow inside, white towards the periphery with the smell of green mango; sessile tubers thick, x cm, cylindric or ellipsoid, branches horizontal; roots fleshy, root tubers absent.
Pseudostem cm tall. Leaves ; lamina of lower-leaves much smaller, c. Inflorescence lateral or central; peduncle cm long, covered by sheaths; spike cm long. Coma bractsc.
Fertile bractsc. Calyx truncate, 1 cm long, deeply cleft on one side, 3-lobed at the tip, minutely pubescent. Corolla tube funnel-shaped, 3 cm long, pale yellow, minutely pubescent; lobes unequal, white; dorsal lobe larger, 1.
Labellum somewhat elliptic, c. Stamen white, thecae parrallel, 4 mm long, basal spur 1 mm long, slightly convergent, curcumw. Epigynous glands two, linear, 6 mm long, tip acute. Ovary trigonous, 3 mm long, tricarpellary, syncarpous, densely hairy; ovules many; style long, filiform; stigma closely appressed within the anther lobes.
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Curcuma amada ‘Mango Ginger’
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Curcuma amada ‘Mango Ginger’ – Gingerwood Nursery
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