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How to Grow Ginseng in the Garden

Find out how to grow ginseng. Growing ginseng requires patience and care, you can also grow it at home in containers.


How to find Wild Ginseng plants and how to idendify them


ginseng root may only harvest 7 year old plants - see here how to know plant age

1.  Ginseng harvest season is from September 1st to December 31st annually. 2.  The ginseng plant must have at least 3 prongs (stems) to be harvested. 3. A ginseng collector/digger must have landowner permission to hunt and harvest on private and public lands. 4. Collectors/diggers must keep accurate harvest records by county and collection date. 5. Collectors/diggers must immediately plant the seeds from collected plants at the place where the plants were collected.

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Reasons It's Not Easy to Find and Harvest American Ginseng

Identifying the Ginseng Plant in the Wild | Harvesting Ginseng Root.....A Five Year Old American Ginseng


Plant of the Month: The lush Ficus Ginseng

Ficus Ginseng care tips by Urban Jungle Bloggers

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Ginseng Ficus: The Perfect Bonsai Tree for the Beginner

Ginseng Ficus– the Perfect Bonsai Tree for the Beginner


Wild Ginger (Asarum canadense) keeps its foliage throughout the season and does not go dormant, so it is a good species to plant among the spring ephemerals that do go dormant. Plant one foot apart to form a solid cover in two to three years.


Ginseng plants with berries

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Reasons It's Not Easy to Find and Harvest American Ginseng

Why It's Not Easy to Hunt and Find American Ginseng: Identifying American Ginseng