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Monday, January 6, 2020

Torch Ginger Flower


The Torch Ginger Flower lends its unique citrusy floral notes to many Southeast Asian cuisines  It is the heart of Malay and Nyonya (Malay-Chinese) dishes.

41 comments:

Sandee said...

I've never seen one before now. Beautiful.

Have a fabulous day and week, Veronica. ♥

A Bit of the Blarney said...

breathtaking and amazing! Thank you for sharing this beauty!

camdandusler said...

Wonderful 😊 thanks for your sharing 😊

stevebethere said...

I have never seen one before either how pretty love the colour too :-)

Have a torchgingertastic week :-)

Suzy said...

Absolutely stunning!

betty said...

So beautiful; love the color! Happy New Year Veronica and family!

betty

Great-Granny Grandma said...

Beautiful. What does it taste like?

Shiju Sugunan said...

So beautiful!

Carol @Comfort Spring Station said...

I eat ginger all the time but have never seen a ginger flower before. Gorgeous!

Phil Slade said...

That's a new one on me. I wonder if you eat the flower, the leaves, the stem or all of it? I must Google it.

Birgitta said...

What a beautiful flower photo!

Carol said...

Beautiful--and amazing that this flower has a culinary purpose.

Meditations in Motion said...

What a beautiful photo! I have never heard of this exotic flower before. Now I want to see one up close!

junieper/Jesh said...

What an exquisite flower - new to me - just gorgeous! Many thanks of sharing this beauty with All Seasons:) See that you are making use to display which memes you linked up to with their icon.
Maybe you didn't know are free to grab the colored icon (copy and paste image) with "All Seasons"at the beginning of All Seasons posts, too!
Have a lovely January week!

judee said...

The flower and the photo are exquisite. Interesting that it is edible too..

riitta k said...

What a stunning flower picture ! <3 I don't know this flower, so beautiful.

betty-NZ said...

Wow, that's quite a beauty! I love the color and size and shape--everything about this flower :)


Your post is a great addition to 'My Corner of the World' this week!

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Little Wandering Wren said...

A spectacular beauty indeed! It's not one I've come across in Bangkok I don't believe.

Life Images by Jill said...

what a stunning flower. I've never seen before and didn't know you could eat it. I will have to look out for it next time I am in Asia. Have a great week. I am joining you today on the Randomosity link up.

Tom said...

...I always enjoy the various gingers on Maui, Mother Nature rewards us with such vast beauty.

Sandee said...

Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, Veronica. ♥

Amy said...

It's so pretty, we have them here and I wondered what they were called.

Memories of Eric and Flynn said...

That is a beautiful flower with all the different shades to it.
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Crown and Cottage said...

Love the colors of this exotic flower!

likeschocolate said...

What an incredible flower! Happy New Year!

XmasDolly said...

Hey Girlfriend, how was your New Year! Superb I hope! What a beautiful flower and those red things inside they look like they're from a Chinese Apple. Did you ever have one of those? We get them some time in October. I use to love those as a kid. Yummy! Thank you for sharing my friend and a very HAPPY NEW YEAR to YOU and your family! BIG HUGS!!!

Linda said...

Beautiful flower!

italiafinlandia said...

What a pretty flower! I did not know it at all.
Happy New Year to you!

Mother of 3 said...

That really is a stunning flower!

Elkes Lebensglück said...

wonderful flower!!
Happy New Year,
Elke

Sharon Wagner said...

Beautiful! i just bought some really spicy ginger candies in Belize. Yum.

Lisa K Thomasson Jung said...

So pretty. From Traffic Jam Weekend

Ellen Hawley said...

It really is beautiful.

Amber Lyon Ferguson said...

Beautiful! Thanks for sharing at TFT!

a spirit of simplicity said...

Oh how beautiful I’ve never seen one before. It looks a bit like a chrysanthemum.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

It’s absolutely beautiful ... and you are saying it is edible? Wow. What parts? How is it used?

roughterrain crane said...

So beautiful! I was surprised at the power of nature making this flower.

David M. Gascoigne, said...

I need to learn more about this flower. Now isn't that the beauty of blogging? It sends you off in search of new knowledge.

Birgitta said...

Interesting and beautiful!

Cristina - Memories of the Pacific said...

First time I see this beautiful flower!

yonosoymillenium said...

que maravilla de flor, es una foto preciosa