How to Grow Asparagus, Asparagus, Growing Asparagus, Planting Asparagus

Gardener's Supply -- How do you grow asparagus? Learn how to plant asparagus. Once established, an asparagus bed will produce for 25 years or more.
  • Christine Furman

    Garden growing ideas

  • Jan Eide

    How to Grow Asparagus - Start early spring, plan for 3 yrs before true crop. Perennial with 20yr lifespan. Good stuff here.

  • Karen

    How to Grow Asparagus -Get it right and crops will grow for 20 years. You can plant asparagus in the ground, but it really thrives when planted in a raised bed. A 2x8 raised Bed holds about 14-16 asparagus plants — or "crowns" — planted in a staggered fashion about a foot apart.

  • Katt N

    Gardening ideas

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