Welcome to Blue Ginger Gardens

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We are a tropical plant nursery in Hollywood Florida. We raise more rare type plants such as rainbow eucalyptus trees, and palms which are of uncommon varieties in South Florida. Many of our plants are raised from seed, and cuttings. We are a small nursery so if you would like to visit us, please call to make an appointment. 954-559-6193 or 313-478-3080.

Some Of Our Rarest Trees

Rainbow Eucalyptus Trees Eucalyptus Deglupta

As an ornamental specimen, is popularly admired for its multi-colored "painted" appearance, from whence the common name, "Rainbow Eucalyptus" originated. Fine layers of bark exuviate in strips of varying shape and size, revealing a smooth, white to pale green surface, which with age turns to vibrant green, grey, pink, red, orange, blue, and purple. The rainbow effect is most impressive on habitat specimens. We offer these trees in seven gallon containers. From 8 to 10 ft in height. These trees can double in size during the growing season. For more information you can call 954-559-6193 or 313-478-3080

Inga edulis, Inga affinis
Family: Mimosoideae / Mimosaceae
Ice Cream Bean, Inga, Guama
Origin: Central and Southern America
An attractive tree with spreading branches, with white and yellow flowers. Grows to about 20 ft. in hight. Between each leaflet there is a nectary gland on the leaf rachis. The pods look similar to a tamarind pod. A nitrogen fixing tree, produces bean pods up to 3 ft. long which contain sweet, juicy, white pulp that has a soft cotton wool texture and tastes of vanilla ice-cream. Milts in your mouth like cotton candy!! This is a great conversation piece. Very rare in South Florida but does very well here. For more information call 954-559-6193 or 313-478-3080


Native to Southern India, Java, Malaysia, the Philippines and other Pacific islands, the Ylang-Ylang tree, Cananga odorata, is the true Chanel No.5 Perfume Tree. It's common name is Ylang-Ylang, can be pronounced (ee-lang ee-lang) and is among the most celebrated flowering trees in the world
Cananga odorata is a fast-growing tree of the custard-apple family, Annonaceae, that exceeds 15 ft per year and attains an average height of 40 ft. It grows in full or partial sun, and prefers the acidic soils of its native rainforest habitat. The evergreen leaves are smooth and glossy, oval, pointed, with wavy margins, and 5--8 in long. The flower is drooping, long-stalked, with six narrow greenish yellow petals, rather like a sea star in appearance, and yields a highly fragrant essential oil.
The Ylang-Ylang Tree Does extremely well here in the south Florida Area. Very rare and easy to grow. Through the past two extremely cold winters here in south Florida they performed very well absolutely no signs of cold weather damage. This is a very astrictive tree and would be a great addition to your garden landscaping. We offer these trees in seven gallon containers six feet tall for $ 45.00 each. Please call 954-559-6193 or 313-478-3080 for more information

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Clock Vine
Thunbergia mysorensis often reaches (20 ft) and has long narrow medium green leaves. The dramatic and very large pendent hanging blossoms have individual flowers in a bold curved shaped. This is enhanced by their being a rich saturated yellow, with maroon to brownish red outer tip coloring. The vine blooms from spring to autumn.

Clock vine is cultivated as a popular ornamental plant in tropical and sub-tropical gardens, conservatories and greenhouses. It grows quickly in climates, such as south Florida’s with flowers draping down from pergolas and other garden structures. Its sweet nectar is attractive to hummingbirds. This is a rare find and we offer this plant in two gallon containers for $35.00. 

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