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Looking for Tumeric Rhizomes

 
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Does anyone here grow tumeric? I am interested in obtaining rhizomes of different varieties that people may be growing.
 
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Hi, I've purchased some at a local Asian grocery store.  I planted them before the end of Winter.  The squirrels found them delicious, apparently.  I'm hoping at least a few of the remaining ones sprout.
 
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organicturmeric.com is a source I can vouch for.  It is an organic farm local to me, specializing in multiple varieties of turmeric and ginger.  I do volunteer work there sometimes and the quality is excellent, I currently have seed turmeric and ginger from them planted, waiting to sprout.
 
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Whole Foods (i.e. Amazon) has it here.
 
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