Asparagus Roots Sale

Asparagus roots sales provide an affordable and practical means of starting an asparagus bed in your own garden. While this perennial vegetable requires careful planting depth and soil quality decisions as well as patient maintenance over the first couple of years, an established asparagus bed should produce consistent harvests of succulent spears throughout its harvesting season – perfect for fresh or frozen preparation! Asparagus’ versatility and delicious flavor provide gardeners with endless preparation possibilities when it comes time for harvest time!

Asparagus is a vigorous grower and produces large, succulent spears with exquisite flavor. Resistant to fusarium crown rot and asparagus rust, making this variety ideal for gardens in warmer climates. Although Jersey Giant’ is self-pollinating, cross pollination with other varieties within an asparagus garden will increase yields significantly.

“Millennium” asparagus variety produces superior flavor and quality in a garden setting, resistant to fusarium crown rot, producing twice the yield of traditional varieties and twice their cold hardiness compared with them. Furthermore, this strain adapts well to various growing conditions across its range of applications.

Millennium asparagus, a hybrid of Jersey Knight, is an exceptionally productive asparagus plant that adds great flavor and texture to gardens. Producing tall plants with thick spears that resist fusarium and rust infestation, Millennium features high percentages of male plants which focus more energy into producing spears than producing flowers.

Early Spring asparagus that yields high yields of spears with improved tolerance to heat, drought and asparagus rust tolerance. A hybrid between Jersey Knight and Mary Washington varieties that has improved resistance.

These one-year bare root crowns feature three of our favorite asparagus varieties! Mary Washington, Purple Passion and Jersey Giant can easily be planted and will continue producing for over 10 years!

Asparagus thrives best in rich, slightly acidic, well-draining soils with good organic matter such as compost or rotted manure, which will improve soil structure while increasing nutrient content. Amending with 30% sand also promotes drainage and prevents root rot or fungal growth which could compromise health or production. Asparagus prefers full sun exposure but will still thrive provided it receives at least four to six hours of daily sunshine.

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