Asparagus

Zones 3-10. Asparagus plants are long-lived and a bed of asparagus can provide many years of eating pleasure, but they must be planted properly. Follow all planting instructions, sent with new crowns. Asparagus plants prefer full sun and soil that is slightly alkaline with pH range of 6.5 to 7.5. Do not harvest spears for the first or second season after planting to assure that your new plants have gotten properly established. By the 3rd growing season, spears as thick around as your pinky-finger may be harvested, leaving the rest to continue to grow into tall ferns. Remove ferns only after they have gone dormant from frosts in the fall. An asparagus loving family will want to plant 10-15 plants per person in order to have plenty of delicious asparagus.
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    One of the best asparagus varieties for the home garden. This predominantly all-male hybrid is widely adapted, hardy...
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    Reigns supreme in quality, earliness and productiveness. Large green spears are tender and flavorful from top to...
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    Widely planted and very dependable. Produces long, green, tender spears with tight tips. Rust tolerant. 
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    Named "Seed of the Year" in 2005 at the Royal Winter Fair in Toronto, this predominantly male hybrid developed by the...
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    Includes ten each of Jersey Supreme Hybrid and Sweet Purple. A total of 20 plants. ... 
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    Gourmet quality. Deep purple spears are very thick with no fibrous strings so the entire spear can be used. Flavor...
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