Ginger and Turmeric Planting Growing and Harvest Container Gardening



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Here I do a Harvest and plant Ginger and Turmeric too. Learn what will grow and what will not grow. Ginger is a flowering plant whose rhizome, ginger root or ginger, is widely used as a spice as well as old time medicine. It is a herbaceous perennial which grows annual pseudostems about a meter tall, about 3 feed, bearing narrow green leaf blades. Turmeric has larger broad leaves.

14 thoughts on “Ginger and Turmeric Planting Growing and Harvest Container Gardening”

  1. I'm jealous of you still having Hummingbirds, what is the name of that one shown?? Beautiful birds I just love them to pieces.
    That is good you grow ginger and turmeric. I did try to grow some, but wasn't too successful with it? I'll give it another try, as it is getting expensive in the stores. TFS.

  2. How much I understand, plants might still grow, if irradiated, it depends on irradiation dose. If it grows, it will be kind of okay in the first generation, but second generation will be very sickly, and there will be no third generation. Similar things happen to animals. Very likely to people as well.

  3. Robbie, thanks for sharing this. Boy, you sure do have some set up for your videos. It's nice you get all the different angles. Enjoyed the video. I appreciate the tip about the ginger roots. Enjoy! Catherine

  4. They are radiating the fruit and vegetables, people buy them to get the vitamins out of them. So how selfish is that, they only care about their pockets not their clients. I would not go to that shop myself.

  5. Uh-oh! I guess that I should've harvested what little ginger that I had planted as we're also in SoCal too! I hope they'll be ok until tomorrow morning.

  6. Hi, Robbie I'm going try my hand with the turmic I was successful with the ginger am getting better with the things I grow now.Thanks you always for the info.

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