Growing Gingerroot

Can I grow ginger from an existing piece of ginger purchased from fruit grocery shop?

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July 15, 20111 found this helpful

Yes you can. Make sure it is fresh and has "buds" on it. You can just lay it on top of the soil and it will grow. For in-depth info go to tropicalpermaculture.com where they have a lot of great info about growing ginger and other plants from produce you buy at the store. The plant in the lower right is ginger I grew by cutting a piece and sticking it in the ground. Be patient. It took mine several months to get to this point.

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