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2 thoughts on “Gallery of heat-survivors, almost all pot-dwellers…”
I love Hedychium gardnerianum. I moved mine this Spring, only about 4 feet but enough to protect it from builders’ big feet. To my surprise it is not only flourishing but is about to bloom, two whole months earlier than last year! Perhaps it should stay where it is now?
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Yes, mine has been much better this year, apart from the heat…and I moved it, similarly only about 4 feet but it is in a little more semi- shade than before, and it loves it. So, staying put sounds good to me!