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Asparagus is a delicious treat, with tender spears poking through the soil in spring and early summer.  A perennial, it grows best in zones 3-8, and can take several years to your first harvest.

  • Mary Washington Asparagus

    Mary Washington Asparagus

     The traditional American asparagus.  Mary Washington produces well, with flavorful and tender stalks.  Expect to wait a year longer than some of the faster asparagus, but it's well worth the wait.   Minimum of 50 seeds per packet...

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  • Argenteuil Asparagus

    Argenteuil Asparagus

    At customs, check back later this month A French variety that is traditionally raised for white asparagus.  It produces a nice green asparagus if the stalks aren't blanched.  To blanch, you need to cover your bed with a mound of dirt. ...

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