Flower appears near the soil in the crotch between two leaf stems. It is typically a reddish brown color.
|Habitat||Wild Ginger likes it shady and is a low, colony-forming perennial. Its large leaves partner well with woodland ferns and sedges in a shade garden. It is a host of the Pipeline swallowtail butterfly.|
|Leaf Description||Each plant has two rounded, heart-shaped, palm-sized leaves, with a velvety appearance.|