Management of Ginseng Planting



Harvest red berries annually after the third year.

Once the plants have matured (usually in the third year), they will produce a cluster of red berries with the seed in the center. The part of the ginseng plants above the surface will die back in the autumn, but will grow again in the next year's spring. It will grow bigger each time, and all the while, the root below will be growing larger.