Long-lived, hardy vegetables

One of the earliest producing vegetable crops, these long-lived hardy perennials can produce for 30 years or more. Its young shoots, called spears, are harvested in spring and eaten steamed, boiled, roasted, or in soups. Asparagus has separate male and female plants, but high-yielding all male selections are also available. It is recommended that an Asparagus loving family plants at least 10 plants per person to have plenty to enjoy.

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Asparagus has a long history of cultivation and has been grown for at least 2,000 years.

  • * 125 seeds - $3.75 - In Stock
    * Ounce - $8.95 - In Stock
    Crowns - $1.50 - Out of Stock
    Widely planted and very dependable. Produces long, green, tender spears with tight tips. Rust tolerant.