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Re: Back to chat....ginger/tumeric

I got the tumeric root from the grocery store.  I like to try to grow  things 
from the grocery store.  There are so many wonderful tubers, and  such.  Just 
to see what comes of it anyway.  
Jim, how did yours do??
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 12/2/2005 11:05:34 PM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

Turmeric? Really? I had to look it up, I never thought
about what  kind of plant it comes from. Where did you
get the rhizome?
I've never  grown any kind of ginger, always figured
they were tropical and I didn't  need anything else to
bring into the greenhouse. But I feel  like
experimenting with this just to see what it  looks

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