Growing Ginger

View the Ginger page

15 Feb 22 pattatas (Australia - cool/mountain climate)
Ginger is very expensive here in Tasmania at the moment. $65/kilo! How large do the pieces of 'root' with sprouting bud have to be to be viable? (I get them started in a small pot kept above the fridge which benefits from the extra warmth generated.)
09 May 22 Toni (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Start with a piece about as big as your thumb. Don't plant until Summer in Tassie or the root will just rot.
22 Feb 22 Mike (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
I'm Bundaberg Qld - someone here advertising on Facebook Market Place selling Ginger (he may have run out by now) $30/kg. You can have up to 5kg posted to you for $9.50 or $13. You would only get about 1.5-1.75kg in small bag and probably 3kg in bigger bag. I could find out their phone number.
18 Feb 22 (Australia - temperate climate)
Ginger is a warm/hot climate crop.

Ginger is a warm/hot climate crop.

- Anonymous

Please provide your email address if you are hoping for a reply

All comments are reviewed before displaying on the site, so your posting will not appear immediately

Gardenate App

Put Gardenate in your pocket. Get our app for iPhone, iPad or Android to add your own plants and record your plantings and harvests

Planting Reminders

Join our 60,000+ gardeners who already use Gardenate and subscribe to the free Gardenate planting reminders email newsletter.

Home | Vegetables and herbs to plant | Climate zones | About Gardenate | Contact us | Privacy Policy

This planting guide is a general reference intended for home gardeners. We recommend that you take into account your local conditions in making planting decisions. Gardenate is not a farming or commercial advisory service. For specific advice, please contact your local plant suppliers, gardening groups, or agricultural department. The information on this site is presented in good faith, but we take no responsibility as to the accuracy of the information provided.
We cannot help if you are overrun by giant slugs.