Sweet, delicate, and grassy-green, with full-flavored earthiness, asparagus is a true taste of spring. Their heft stands up well to stronger seasonings, higher heat, and longer cooking, and they pack more flavor per inch.
The tender, grassy-green stalks offer instant elegance to any meal and can even be eaten raw as a snack. Loaded with all the same full-flavored earthiness as regular asparagus, this thinner variety packs a satisfyingly sweet crunch with every bite.
Mary Washington (10 Roots): This asparagus plant is a perennial vegetable just once and enjoy the succulent spears for years. Purple Passion(10 Roots): This asparagus plant is a perennial vegetable just once and enjoy the succulent spears for years.
One of the most elusive vegetables in the produce aisle, white asparagus is beloved by cooks and chefs around the world due to its mellow, enjoyable flavor. The most unique thing about the white asparagus, though, is the fact that it's grown without any...
One of the highest yielding male hybrid asparagus available to the home gardener. Top producer is noted for maintaining its high yield year after year and its ability to withstand cold winter temperatures.
Jersey Knight Asparagus is hardy even in sub zero weather. You can grow bigger more flavorful asparagus spears in 1/3 to 1/4 less space. Now plant hybridizers have developed Jersey Knight Asparagus, a variety that grows predominantly male plants.
Once it is established, the original planting usually produces for 20 years! Produces abundant, giant-size asparagus with tender tips. Mary Washington Asparagus is perhaps the easiest grown of all summer vegetables.
New strain of asparagus with uniquely-colored burgundy spears that are larger, sweeter and tastier than most asparagus varieties. Even tastes great raw! We've noticed that it turn green when cooked, but the taste doesn't change.
Will provide enough transplants for 1 acre). Spears are straight and green with tight tips. Mary Washington is the most popular asparagus with home gardeners and farmers. The plants start producing early and can be harvested for up to two months.
Cultivated for more than 2,000 years both for culinary and medicinal useis a wonderful perennial veggie to add to the home garden. Meaning that plants such asprematurely send up a flower stalk indicating the plant is finished for the season and has gone...
This Mediterranean native is one of the first vegetables harvested in the spring. Keep beds moist. Pyrethrin, slug traps or bait. With each successive year, your plant productivity and harvest window will increase.
Asparagus is among the foods identified as having the highest levels of Glutathion (GSH), a potent anticarcinogen/antioxidant, that defends against cancer. Drape roots over the hill; cover roots with soil.