Ginger in this climate? The craze has been sweeping the Northeast. Several successful farms in Maine proved to nonbelievers that the power of high tunnels, irrigation and organic fertility can produce a coveted hand of baby ginger, the most delicate and earthy of tropical crops. Don’t hide this precious gem by mincing it small or masking it in heavy sauces: try it as crystallized chunks in homemade vanilla ice cream, or sliced into thick batons in a zesty stir-fry, or slipped over the rim of a fancy cocktail (Baby Ginger Margs, anyone?) Its beauty eclipses supermarket ginger, too: the rose-tinged pearlescent skin will draw customers from yards away.
One pound contains approximately ten to fifteen seed pieces.
We have sold out of our initial supply of ginger. We may be able to source additional ginger from our supplier, so we are still accepting orders, but orders placed after November 30 are subject to availability of additional stock in February. If we can't fill your order, you will be refunded. Shipped in early March, or as soon as weather permits.
Bulk prices (net, no additional discounts), apply to orders over 1000 lbs. Download bulk price list