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Synonyms for asparagus

plant whose succulent young shoots are cooked and eaten as a vegetable

edible young shoots of the asparagus plant

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Asparagus plants are monoecious (I had to look it up) meaning each individual plant is either male or female.
A single row of asparagus plants set 15 inches apart will fill in to form a 24-inch-wide bed, or you can grow a double row in a 36-inch-wide bed.
Most asparagus plants sold today are hybrid varieties.
Once your asparagus has grown tall enough that you've fined the trenches level, plant strawberries a foot apart down the center of the open strips between asparagus plants.
Among the things that Leertouwer brought with him from home was asparagus plants.
Some of our stores are selling berry bushes, including gooseberries, and asparagus plants.
TAKE A TIP from us If you're short of space for vegetables, asparagus plants look good in flower beds.
At the moment it has only one male plant, which is genetically different to the rest of the wild asparagus plants on Gower.
Some blame it on the sulfur-containing fertilizers used on asparagus plants (there is no record of the vegetable changing urine odor before such fertilizers were introduced).