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How to Plant Asparagus Roots

by Jenny Green
Asparagus (Asparagus officinalis) provides harvests for 15 to 25 years if you prepare the bed well. It's important to make sure the soil is right because asparagus should not be disturbed after planting, and it takes two to three years for asparagus plants to mature and be ready for harvesting. This...
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