Evergreen wild ginger, Hexastylis arifolia, is a beautiful perennial plant that grows slowly to present a shining green garden all year long if the winters in your area are not harsh. It grows well in various types of soil. However, it is better if the soil is slightly acidic rather than alkaline. The wild ginger grows best in shade, but if the weather in the area is cool it can manage sunlight just fine.
evergreen wild ginger is known by its leaves rather than by its flowers. Its leaves are a dark, rich green color that does not fade when a mild winter comes. it is an evergreen plant.
The shape of the shining leaves is similar to that of a kidney and can be anywhere from three to four inches across. Because of their size and tendency to spread, this plant makes the perfect ground cover for shady areas. The stalks are about five inches long. This makes for an extra thick, beautiful garden plant as well.
Evergreen wild ginger
I've planted these bare roots under a cutleaf Japanese maple where I hope to eventually have a large patch of them. They arrived in excellent condition, fresh and moist. Excellent!