Ginger Grove

Found throughout the world, but primarily in the shady woods of Asia and North America, both wild and cultivated culinary ginger produce flowers and are attractive. This part of the Habitat garden naturally showcases ginger, including ornamental ginger at its best.

EYE SPY

  • Black Giant Millipede

    I'm the longest of my kind but when I'm born with no legs! Find me in...

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  • Paper Kite Butterfly

    My colour and pattern tell predators that I do not taste very nice. I fly slowly so it's easy to...

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  • Giant Black Squirrel

    I'm one of the largest squirrels in the world but very shy. You might see me leaping across the tree...

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  • Dusky Leaf Langur

    I live in a group of up to 20 and my favourite foods are leaves, shoots and unripe fruit. Spot...

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  • Asian Fairy-bluebird

    I love berries, insects and nectar. Look into the jungle and you might see me on the tree...

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  • Racket-tailed Drongo

    You will find me perched on the branches mimicking other birdcalls.

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  • Damar Minyak

    I'm a tall conifer tree, my leaves are leathery and I produce seed cones.

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  • Ru Bukit

    There are many of us at The Habitat Our needle-like leaves and cord-like foliage make us...

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  • Giant Pandan

    My leaves grow up to 6 metres high and people think I look like a giant green spider in the jungle.

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