Variegated Shell Ginger is one of my favorite plants.
We have them planted in the shade accented by sword fern they are under two very large 40 year old oak trees.
Since there were no freezes in the past few winters they are thriving. Currently, they are about 5 foot + tall and 8 foot wide or more in all four directions. Needless to say, they multiply like crazy and then you can share with your friends.
If it freezes they die back and they will not bloom the next spring. They will come back but it will take them some time to get full again.
The blooms start out as a pod looking thing then all the white blooms start showing and those open up to yellow flowers. They are quite striking.
We started out with a one-gallon container of the ginger and now I could give 10 people all a gallon and it would never look like I touched it.
My husband thinks we should sell these plants so he has about 20 in quart containers and another 10 + in gallon containers.
When you landscape your yard research your plants and always buy stuff that multiplies then you can move it to several different locations. Make sure you pay attention to the sun requirements.
A beautiful well-manicured yard shows off the time and love you have put into it.