(Asparagus officinalis) May be grown from seed, or better from year-old roots, planted in early Spring 18 inches apart in 3-4 foot rows. The roots should be spread out horizontally and set 6 inches deep, covering but lightly at first. The seed may be sown in rows and the roots transplanted the following year. Cutting should be light until the second or third year after transplanting.
An old traditional heirloom, this gourmet variety is highly esteemed in Europe for its delicious stems that... More