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Wild American ginseng can be grown in nearly any moist location with well-drained soil and 75 to 80 percent afternoon shade. Lattices may be used to filter direct sunlight in areas without tree cover. More »

Some tips for finding wild ginseng include searching in shady woodland areas with rich soil, finding areas with dense undergrowth, and identifying mature ginseng by its five leaflets, according to About.com. Carefully re... More »

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Wild ginseng grows in the United States and Canada, as well as in Eastern Siberia, Northeast China, South Korea and Bhutan. Ginseng's natural habitat is in the eastern deciduous forests of the United States. More »

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