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Ginger Rhizome

Ginger Rhizome

Discover Ginger's Magic! 

Planting is a breeze: sunny spot, buds up and roots down, keep damp - not sodden- and warm.


Boosts immunity
Eases digestion
Fights inflammation
Relieves nausea
Rich in antioxidants
Enhances metabolism
Spice up dishes, sip ginger tea—pure, fresh, and powerful.

  • Germination

    Planting ginger can be a rewarding experience both in pots and in the garden. For pot planting, choose a spacious container with good drainage holes. Fill it with nutrient-rich, well-draining soil. Place the ginger rhizome horizontally, ensuring the buds face upwards, and cover it with about 2 inches of soil. Keep the soil consistently moist, and within a few weeks, you'll see sprouts emerging from the rhizome. Remember to keep the pot in a sunny spot for best results.

    In the garden, select a sunny location with loose, fertile soil. Work the soil to a depth of about 6 inches, and add compost for extra nutrients. Plant the ginger rhizome in a similar manner as in pots, horizontally with the buds facing up and covered with 2 inches of soil. Space the ginger plants about 8 to 12 inches apart to allow enough room for growth. Regular watering and mulching will help retain moisture and promote healthy growth. With a little patience and proper care, you'll soon be enjoying the delightful rewards of homegrown ginger, whether in pots or garden beds.



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