How to Plant Asparagus in Your Garden

How to Plant Asparagus in Your Garden

WHICH PART OF THE PLANT IS EDIBLE?

The shoots are spear-shaped young shoots — “candles” — that have reached 7–8 inches (18–20 cm) in length. They appear in mid-spring to June. The most important thing is not to skip harvest time because the shoots become hard and inedible over time. To harvest the shoots, you should carefully break them off or even cut them with a knife in an easy-to-cut place, and new shoots will soon appear.

HOW TO GROW ASPARAGUS?

How To Grow Asparagus

ASPARAGUS BED CARE

Care for the first year should be limited to light loosening and watering. In the second year, you should fertilize and loosen the soil and water regularly.

HOW TO COOK ASPARAGUS

How To Cook Asparagus

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