What is the plant
Burbidgea scheizocheila, commonly known as golden brush ginger, is native to the island of Borneo and a member of the Zingiberaceae, or ginger, family. The showy golden flowers are held well above the dwarf foliage and are heavily produced in winter and summer. Despite the name having been published in the "Gardeners' Chronicle" in 1904, this beautiful plant did not make its way into widespread cultivation until the 21st century.
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