If you’re interested in Asian food you have to know that Asian cooks use ginger for its’ full of flavor and tasty roots and for its’ grass like stems. If you want to know how to grow ginger than read this article to learn more about it.
First, if you want to find out how to grow ginger in a container then read this tips:
- You will have to buy fat roots with a lot of buds from a grocery store or better from an Asian market.
- The best time for planting ginger is in spring because you can supply the warm temperature even if you keep the plants indoor or outdoor.
- If you want to know how to grow ginger in a container you have to know that a 14 inches across and 12 inches depth container will be perfect for your plants.
- The perfect soil fir ginger is an enriched one.
- Knowing how to grow ginger it means that you know that before planting you have to soak the tubers in warm water overnight and after that you can plant them below the soil surface facing up.
- The perfect spot for your container is in a shaded place.
- Begin with a little amount of water and after the ginger grows you can increase the watering.
- When outside are over 50 degrees F you can move your plants outside.
- Shield them from the wind and if outside it’s getting colder you should move your plants inside.
- If you now know how to grow ginger you have also to find out that your plants will be mature after 10 months.
If you want to know how to grow ginger outdoor then read the following tips:
- Buy big ginger roots with a lot of buds from an Asian market.
- The perfect spot for growing ginger is a lightly shaded place with an enriched soil that you can mix it with some compost.
- After reading the first lines of this article I’m sure that you know how to grow ginger and also you already know that spring is the best season to plant it.
- Rise the watering after the plants are growing.
- The next steps in how to grow ginger are exactly the same like at the indoor planting.
Tips and warnings
The best place to grow ginger is in a greenhouse because you can create this type of plant the perfect climate to be planted and grown like in its’ native place, the tropics.
To avoid any type of confuses you should better ask a herbal specialist about the difference between the herb ginger with wild ginger.