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GINGER

Botanical Name: Zingiber officinale
Description

Fresh ginger is available in two forms, young and mature. Young ginger has a pale, thin skin that requires no peeling. It is very tender and has a milder flavour than its mature form. Mature ginger has a tough skin that must be carefully peeled to preserve the most delicate and tasty flesh just under the surface. The flavour is peppery and slightly sweet with a pungent and spicy aroma.

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Ginger - Canton

Popular Ginger variety grown in Australia. Used frequently in Asian and south Asian cuisine and is more savory. Slightly larger rhizomes and the hardy Qld variety.
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Height: 30-40cm
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MYOGA GINGER growing By Bruce Adams [All Rights Reserved, Used By Permission]

Myoga Ginger

a native of Japan where it is grown commercially for its delicious spring shoots and young flower buds produced in autumn. Myoga flower buds are used in soups, tempura, pickled and as a spice. Like most gingers it is an understory of forests and so grows best under some shade. It can get sunburned leaves which will reduce its vigor if grown in full sun. In winter the top growth dies back and it regenerates in spring from the underground rhizomes.
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Chinese Keys

A tropical perennial growing to 50 - 70cm high. Leaves die back in frost. It is the fat swollen roots that are sought after in this species and not the rhizome. The succulent roots are used to flavour many kinds of food either added raw or cooked. They are also sold in a pickled form in Indonesia & Thailand. Young leaves & shoots are also eaten. Formerly listed as Boesenbergia panduratum.
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Ginger QLD

Hardy ginger variety, very popular used in desert foods. Aromatic perennial plant with a pungent rhizome that is used as a spice, flavouring, food, and medicine. Excellent pot plant and easy to harvest all year round by digging fresh tubers as you need them. The leafy stems of ginger grow about a meter high.
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Height: 10-20cm
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Plant Information or Specifications

Max Height (when in the ground with good conditions)

0-1m

Plants required to Pollinate

1 (Self Pollinating)
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Can it Handle Frosts?

Yes

Amount of leaves in Winter?

All Leaves (Evergreen)

Suitability in Pots

Yes

Water Requirements

Moderate Watering

Fruiting/Harvest Months

July, August, September

 

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