Old East Indies Thin Book Ginger Flower - Kecombrang

Old East Indies Thin Book Ginger Flower - Kecombrang

Old East Indies
IDR 49.000
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Deskription:

The ginger flower, known locally as kecombrang, is a perennial plant that is both consumed and cultivated for decoration. Its taste is quite unique and sharp, similar but also distinct from ginger. In Indonesia, it is used in soups, sauces, and sambals. The flower is commonly harvested when the buds are still closed. As a decorative plant, it is much admired for the intricate and vivid petals.

Beautiful images on the softcover, fit in any handbag.

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Year:

1864

Maker:

Berthe van Nooten

Size:

15 x 11 cm

Pages:

36 (lined)

Rincian Pengiriman:

Bebas biaya kirim untuk JABODETABEK

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