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How to grow edible ginger at home. Growing ginger is easy. Phil Dudman, garden guru from down under shows you how to grow ginger. Phil’s grow mix Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsVegetable Gardening: Growing Zucchini / Courgette: How to GrowVegetable Gardening: Growing kang kong – easy leafy greensGrowing Broccoli – Vegetable GardeningVegetable Gardening: Growing Onions – How to Grow OnionsSummer Edible Raised Bed Vegetable Garden TourGrowing Food in South Florida – Vegetable Garden in Grow Boxes and Moringa Trees

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  • I live in Brisbane and I have found ginger to be an incredibly slow growing plant. I rent my house, so perhaps it's a matter of soil quality however that is improving. I planted most of my ginger in the summer. The ginger I planted in the spring didn't grow at all until summer anyway. What should I expect from my ginger now? Should I wait a little longer to harvest it? Perhaps the end of March or early April?

  • Karen Mitchell 11 months ago

    It's not a matter of JUST picking up a piece of ginger from your grocer or supermarket. This ginger has been treated with a sprout inhibitor and the results will be far from desired. –
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  • livin abox 11 months ago

    how often does it need watering?

  • Patra K 11 months ago

    says your website is no longer active.

  • ImMADasAMeatAxe 11 months ago

    I had no idea that there was such thing as un-edible ginger

  • ghayath2011 11 months ago

    what's that nice big orange plant on your left?

  • Garden Sheds Devon 11 months ago

    I used to know that ginger's grow more productively in soil but as I have watched this video, I learned that ginger can also grow as productive as it is in a container. You really did a great job in presenting this valuable information. I am very much thankful for making us learned through your kindness. 

  • Emily Sandstrom 11 months ago

    Simmer a lot of roots for most of two days on very low heat.  Put the resulting water in ice cube trays.  Use one in your pot of tea, coffee, soups and stews.  Makes you feel warm.

  • Kolbrún Gunnarsdóttir 11 months ago

    Hey Phil and everyone
    I'm growing ginger inside over the winter… and recently I have noticed a cat piss smell from the soil.. I have a little cat and I think he has chosen my gingers to pee on instead of going out in the snow

    Is it possible to ''save'' the gingers…?

    I'm thinking about taking them up and cleanse them with water and change the soil?

    Any advice on this cat pee ginger problem? ;)

  • Lalo ramos 11 months ago

    do they flower?

  • Sheds Direct 11 months ago

    It's really nice to have an enough supply of vegetables and other edible foods in your home like ginger that are useful in cooking dishes. Sharing your tips on how to grow them are quite important and beneficial. Good job!

  • 123kkambiz 11 months ago

    Good stuff Phil, Love it the way you explained it. keep it up.

  • Armis Game 11 months ago

    I have lots of ginger growing in my yard, I've tasted it and it doesn't taste anything like what I buy in the store, is there any type of inedible ginger?  

  • ramhornjoe 11 months ago

    Good stuff Phil, Love it….Been doing some urban organic gardening here in South Florida and will deffinetly add ginger :)

  • My Healthy Living Coach 11 months ago

    Ginger the ultimate health herb. Really useful video Phil

  • 317andrew317 11 months ago

    That piece of ginger looks like a scorpion!

  • Doris Moton-Spruill 11 months ago

    You are one of my favroite things mate…love that accent

  • mistyaqua 11 months ago

    Thanks for the video, my ginger is looking great!

  • Joan C. 11 months ago

    Lord, why can't i find a smart, good looking man like this, and one that knows how to grow his food?

  • tyrita cymille 11 months ago

    i thought it was just me,