Growing Ginger

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29 Jul 18 Ann Pulley (USA - Zone 6b climate)
I was wondering if it can be grown in zone 6b, in southern Missouri? Does it need anything special in winter?
26 May 20 Chris (USA - Zone 7b climate)
It is very frost-sensitive and can't survive the ground freezing. You can grow it in pots and bring it indoors.

I was wondering if it can be grown in zone 6b, in southern Missouri? Does it need anything special in winter?

- Ann Pulley

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