Monday, January 23, 2017

My Ginger Harvest

                  Yey! It’s my first time to ever plant a ginger and I’m very happy with the outcome. I just threw away a part of the ginger used for cooking and after a while I saw the shoots coming out so I transplanted it in a squared-elevated dirt from my vermi-compost.

             It’s basically a no-need-to-take-care plant cause I just mostly check it during the weekends. As every new leaves form, a new “ginger meat” is forming as its root.

             I could have waited longer for bigger ginger and more harvest but I was too excited to see what’s underneath and besides I will be cooking my husband’s favorite “tinola”, so I needed some. So, I pulled it off.

          I left some for re-planting and added the most to my dish. And how does organic ginger taste? It’s sweeter and tastier.

        I’m planning to try planting as many as I can this year. Unsuccessful or not. 23rd day of the 365 blank page  filled.
                                                ‘Til next my loves!


  1. Congratulations on the ginger harvest. The plants look so healthy. Have a beautiful day!

  2. Great !

  3. It looks absolutely amazing! Congratulations!

    Vanessa x |

  4. How wonderful, Lei! Lovely photos of the ginger harvest! And it is so healthy! :)

  5. Hello Lei! This is absolutely amazing! Congrats on your successful ginger harvest! Thanks for stopping by my blog!
    Stay fabulous darling!
    Much love, Len

  6. wow nice plant and you have green fingers