Aframomum zambesiacum is a species in the ginger family, Zingiberaceae. Its common name is nangawo. It is native to Kimalila, part of the southern highlands in Tanzania. A. zambesiacum grows in upland and secondary forests, often near water, between altitudes of 1,450–2,050 m (4,760–6,730 ft).
Aframomum zambesiacum is a leafy plant that grows from a short, branched rhizome. The leafy stems grow in clumps up to 2 m (6.6 ft) tall. 20–50 bee-pollinated flowers are borne in heads arising from the ...
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