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There is a wide variety of ginger plants for you to choose from, from edible to ornamental ginger. Whatever ginger plant you are growing, the care will be the same because all ginger plants are tropical plants. In USDA zone 8 and above, you can grow and care for your ginger plant outdoors, in your landscape. Cooler ...

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Planting ginger starts with finding some ginger root to plant. You can find a ginger root dealer online, but just as easily you can head to your local grocery store and buy a ginger root right out of the produce section for growing ginger plants. Choose a healthy, plump looking ginger root that is ...

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How to Grow a Ginger Plant. Growing your own ginger is easy and rewarding. Once planted, the ginger needs nothing but water and patience to mature into a delicious, spicy ingredient. This guide focuses on the edible species, but most...

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Ginger is an adaptable tropical plant and grows throughout much of Southeast Asia. Although some people associate flowering gingers with the state of Hawaii, many of the species were introduced to the island as ornamentals, and some, like the red button ginger, are considered invasive plants.

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Grow Ginger As a Houseplant: If you are going to grow houseplants, why not choose plants that are both beautiful and useful? Ginger is one of these plants. Looking a bit like bamboo, and with striking flowers (if you can get it to bloom) Ginger makes a beautiful addition to ...

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How to Care for Hawaiian Ginger Plants By A. Scott Walton. SAVE; Outside of their natural environment, Hawaiian ginger plants must be carefully maintained. These hardy and fast growing tropical plants only thrive with the right combination of sunlight, heat, moisture and fertilization. ... Bromelia Plant Care 2 Is Aloe Vera a Cactus? 3 Growing ...

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If ginger is planted in the garden, plant a tall plant, such as an ornamental grass, about 2 to 4 feet away on the northwest side of the ginger plant. Move potted ginger indoors to a sunny location before the first frost in USDA zones 8 and colder. In zones 9 and warmer, you can keep container ginger plants outdoors.

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Plant flowering ginger in an area of the garden that receives partial sunlight; if growing more than one, space them 36 to 60 inches apart. When planting ginger in the landscape, avoid planting it ...

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In Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 9 and 10, you can grow blue ginger outdoors. Give the plant full sun or partial shade, keeping in mind that the blooms last longer if they have shade at least part of the day. Cut them back hard at the end of their flowering season to give the plants a rest. Blue Ginger Care