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thehardygardener

Organicleygardener. Grows wildflowers perennials native trees. Gardening since crawling faster than slugs. Seasonaly challenged Scotland🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿

Curcuma longa syn. Curcuma domestica

  • Season Icon Early WinterEarly Winter 2021
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thehardygardener

Update on the root herb drying oot jist fine, fine

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thehardygardener

Leafs on the turmeric, grown from roots that budded #gyo

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Turmeric update, leaf lift off!

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pelly

You did it, that’s great 😊👍

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mich

Great stuff Aly 🧡💛

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thehardygardener

Thanks @pelly @mich

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Update on the #gyo waiting for the unfurling of the leafs

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kaporyash

Beautiful pictures!

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thehardygardener

Cheers @kaporyash

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thehardygardener

Update turmeric, slowly progressing with leaf sprouts

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charlotte

Wow. Stupid question alert- didn't know we could grow turmeric here. Assumed it was too cold. Is yours in a greenhouse ?

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thehardygardener

It's on the windowsill @charlotte but will go to the greenhouse as soon as frosts are over. Cheers @cyndi

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telswirld

Looks interesting 🤔

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thehardygardener

The experiment continues to surprise #herb

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pelly

Looking good Aly 👍

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thehardygardener

Cheers @pelly they are sprouting, not watering alot don't want root rot

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thehardygardener

Did I plant this deep enough? #advice also want to try ginger

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richard.spicer.7906

Someone mentioned to me recently that ginger likes to sit on top of the soil, but I’ve not tried this type myself so I’m not sure if it’s the same

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thehardygardener

Thanks @richard.spicer.7906 they are all roughly the same family so I will try the rest of tumeric rhizomes on the top soil

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carolgs

Never grown them before but always thought they would be laid flat on the soil in a similar way to iris

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thehardygardener

Ah ha moment @carolgs going to experiment @richard.spicer.7906

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thehardygardener

#advice #team @gardentagsplantsteam thanks for the id. They have leafs starting to unfurl now, will post photos soon, cheers

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