How To Grow Ginseng

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I think my first run in with this super plant, was in an energy drink many years ago. We have added quite a few ‘super’ plants in our garden too, for example the dragon fruit and the mangosteen fruit. I spent a few hours researching online how to grow ginseng in our garden.

Did you know that Ginseng is native to Eastern United States & Asia? Neither did I. As far as growing it is concerned it can be grown from both seeds and rhizomes. This plant has many health benefits from helping to lower blood sugar, blood pressure as well as cholesterol to boosting your immune system. I understand growing ginseng maybe illegal in some states, so please check your state laws.

How To Grow Ginseng
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Here’s What You’ll Need:

It is way easier to grow ginseng from rhizomes, than the seeds. The main issue I have with the seeds is having wait for 2 whole years, whilst they get stratified. The ideal soil is deep, loose soil with a pH of 5.5. Apply organic compost to boost the organic content of your soil.

Growth in the first year is pretty slow, it can be anything from 1 to 2 inches only. When fully mature the plant may stand anywhere from 12 to 24 inches. It will also take about 3 to 5 years before you can harvest any roots. Take care when you dig them out of the soil not to break them. Clean the roots of any dirt as well as oil and allow them to dry before use.

You can get more information on the Wiki How website, here…

How To Grow Ginseng

You can watch the video below on planting ginseng seeds…

You can watch the video below on growing ginseng…

You can watch the video below on to grow ginseng plants indoors…

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