How to Care for Ginger Plants?


How to Care for Ginger Plants? Ginger plants enjoy partial sun and partial shade. Select an area that has both and not too much of one or the other. It prefers rich soil so think about added organic matter to the soil to help enrich it. Avoid over watering your ginger plant and be sure to plant outdoors only when the danger of frost has been removed.
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