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I have a few pieces of turmeric root sprouting.  Has anyone grown turmeric in the house or greenhouse?
 
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I am growing it in a 3 gallon container on my patio.  I am in South Florida.  It doesn't seem crazy about full sun, but does seem to like the heat.  Many gingers do OK being indoor/outdoor plants, overwintering inside in the dormant state. 

Here are some more answers from gardenweb forum:
http://forums.gardenweb.com/forums/load/ginger/msg042210059483.html

My question is, what encourages rhizome production? 
 
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I've got some turmeric growing in a one-gallon pot outside in Seattle.  not exactly going crazy, but it seems content.
 
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