Did you know that the ginger plant can be placed with other plants to help them grow? Well Ginger is what is known as a companion plant which means the plant can help with the growth of other plants. But you’ll want to avoid plants that don’t follow the growth plan for ginger would not be a good option for planting together. Some examples of companion plants for ginger would include: Kaffir Lime, Chili Peppers, Cilantro, and Lemongrass.
- Ginger companion planting is not a common practice but even this spicy rooted plant can aid in the growth of other plants and be part of a culinary theme.
- Ginger has no negative effects on any other plant, so the combination can be for recipe needs or simply as an accent in an otherwise boring green color scheme.
- The plant needs several hours of daylight but prefers morning light to scorching afternoon sun.
“Ginger companion planting is not a common practice but even this spicy rooted plant can aid in the growth of other plants and be part of a culinary theme.”