Curcuma Alismatifolia Care Information?

Answer A member of the ginger family, the Circuma alismatifolia, more commonly known as a Siam tulip, is a quick-growing deciduous, flowering shrub that thrives in plant hardiness zones 9, 10 and 11. Seve... Read More »

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Curcuma Care?

Curcuma is the genus of the family of gingers (Zingiberaceae). The curcuma longa is the most common species, widely known as turmeric, a spice that comes from its root or rhizome. There are up to 8... Read More »

Information on Herb Curcuma As a Live Plant?

Curcuma plants are members of the ginger family. There are at least 65 species of curcuma plants native to Cambodia and northern Thailand. The spice turmeric is derived from the rhizome of the Curc... Read More »

How to Cultivate Curcuma Longa?

Curcuma longa is more commonly called turmeric or saffron and is part of the ginger family of plants. The herb is a perennial native to the rain forests of southeast Asia. The plant's roots, called... Read More »

What spice is curcuma or kurkuma?

Curcuma is another name for the spice tumeric. In Asian medicine, it has been thought to treat stomachaches, joint pain and increase energy, according to MedlinePlus. It has also been used to flavo... Read More »