Ginger Plants

Ginger Plants


Anonymous added on June 22, 2015 | Answered

I had planted some ginger plants in my garden last April. I didn't harvest them, so I left them there and they re-sprouted. The new shoots appeared at the beginning of May this year, which makes them over a month old but they were accidentally cut down. What I would like to know is if these rhizomes will re-sprout. If yes, when can I expect them to do so? Also, what can I do to help the situation?


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Downtoearthdigs
Certified GKH Gardening Expert
Answered on June 22, 2015

With ginger, I think it is likely that they will resprout. You should see new growth in as little as 2 weeks. A little fertilizer would not hurt, but other than that, they just need time.

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