Myoga Ginger Zingiber mioga
How to sow myoga ginger: Direct seed rhizomes outdoors
Sun requirement for myoga ginger: Plant in Partial Sun
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Myoga, or Japanese ginger, is a deciduous herbaceous perennial native to Japan, China, and southern Korea grown for it's edible flower buds (which are soft yellow or pink and grow at the base of the plant, just under the soil) and young spring shoots. Older shoots are poisonous. The plant is related to ginger, but more cold hardy, with a frost tolerance down to -16° C. Myoga Ginger spreads through rhizomes and can become invasive.
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This plant wants to take over the world. It's that pink ginger you get with sushi. It is pretty magical. It's not the root like regular ginger. Instead, you harvest the pink flower and the pickle it. That why the sushi ginger looks like a pink petal. It is a petal. I have constrained this [myo...Read more
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