Ginger - Knowledgebase Question

Boca Raton, Fl
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Question by ajp4045
November 5, 2009
Last year my ginger were full of flowers. I cut them this summer, fertilized them and I just fertilized them again with oscomote and I do not have any flowers but only green in it. Do you know why? Thank you for your answer.

Answer from NGA
November 5, 2009
Ginger is relatively easy to grow in Florida. It needs morning sun, afternoon shade, plenty of moisture and occasional feeding. If your plant is not flowering, it may need more (or less sunshine), more frequent watering, or less fertilizer. If your plant looks otherwise healthy, just continue your good care and be patient. It will eventually flower for you. Enjoy!

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