Can you eat the leaf from a ginger plant?

Answer Yes, the leaf of the common or garden ginger plant [Zingiber officinale] may be eaten. In fact, every part of the plant can be eaten. The leaves may be used for flavoring. But most commonly it's wh... Read More »

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How to Plant Wild Ginger & Ginger Root?

Wild ginger and ginger root grow differently, but offer similar purposes. Native to North America, wild ginger (asarum) is a lush perennial with flowers lasting well past their season. Harvest wild... Read More »

How to Add Peppermint Leaf or Ginger Root to Henna?

Henna is renowned for the lush red tones it creates when it's painted on your hair. However, not everyone finds its earthy smell pleasant. You can cover the scent by mixing in spices or herbs when ... Read More »

What is a ginger plant?

Ginger is grown and harvested for it root system, or rhizomes. This plant is available in both evergreen and deciduous varieties. There is both a culinary (Zingiber officinale) and a wild type (Asa... Read More »

Information on the Ginger Plant?

The ginger plant is classified as the officinale species with the Zingiber genus, which is in the Zingiberaceae family. This plant, which is found throughout Asia and in Latin America and Africa, p... Read More »