Plant ginger by purchasing a ginger hand at a grocery store, preparing the root, finding a good location and planting the roots, or rhizomes, into the ground. You need ginger and a knife. More »

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The culinary ginger plant, known scientifically as Zingiber officinale, has a thick underground stem called the rhizome, with a pale yellow interior that has a lemon-like, spicy scent. Extending from this underground ste... More »

Non-flowering plants have several features in common, including reproduction by spores instead of seeds, and the absence of fruits and flowers. Non-flowering plants, unlike seed-bearing plants, may live on land or in wat... More »

To store canna lilies during winter, wait until the foliage dies after a hard freeze, cut the foliage off 2 inches above ground level, use a shovel to dig the clump of rhizomes out of the ground, rinse the excess soil aw... More »

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Plant chrysanthemums in your garden by selecting a location that receives at least five hours of direct sunlight per day, ensuring the soil drains well and putting them in the ground in the early spring. When picking out... More »

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Plant a hibiscus in a pot by choosing the right kind of container, using well-drained soil, placing the plant in a good location and watering the plant well. You need a pot and porous potting mix. More »

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Plant a calla lily by preparing the container, planting the rhizome, placing the plant in a sunny location, watering the rhizome regularly and fertilizing it. You need a 10-inch diameter pot, potting mix, water and ferti... More »

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