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How to Plant Male and Female Asparagus

by Jenny Harrington
Asparagus, a perennial vegetable related to ferns, is grown for its edible spears. An asparagus bed can remain productive for to 20 years, adding good value to the vegetable garden. There are both male and female asparagus plants, with the males producing the largest spears and the females producing...
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