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Asparagus Collection (SOLD OUT)

LIVE PLANT

SHIPS MID MARCH THROUGH END OF APRIL

SORRY, WE CANNOT SEND SPRING TUBERS AND PLANTS TO ALASKA, HAWAII, AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES

This is a collection of 10 plants each of the following Asparagus:

Purple Passion

Millenium

PLANTING INSTRUCTIONS:

The best time to set roots is April 10 to May 20. Roots are set 12-14" apart in a trench 6-8" below ground level in rows 4-5' apart. Initially covered with 2" of soil with the remainder of the trench being gradually filled throughout the rest of the year. Light cutting possible the year after the bed is established. Take care in locating this planting as it could last a lifetime. Large one year old roots.

 

 

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    DB
    04/09/2019
    Derrill Browning

    The Biggest roots ever

    I am rather new to asparagus growing. I had purchased some packages of 4 and 6 roots from Tractor Supply and Home Depot Garden dept. When I got my order of Pine Tree Asparagus Collection, Wow, wow, wow! The roots were huge. some of the individual root were up to a foot long. I realized that the roots that I had purchased to get started were dinky and small and only about half of them even sprouted. I had been duped by the big store chains. Thank you Pine tree.

    DG
    06/25/2018
    Daniel G.
    United States

    Customer Service is Great even when product can't be delivered as promised!

    There were difficulties in getting enough asparagus to complete the collections, but extra of one were sent and I was not charged. Not perfect, but way better than leaving me short. Thanks, Dan

    AG
    06/08/2018
    Amy G.
    United States

    New asparagus bed

    Hi, I was pleased with strawberries and asparagus. i must be patient for a couple years, but that’s just a part of gardening. i only had one crown that didn’t produce fern and I will probanly order additional crowns this fall or next spring. I have more room in the raised bed. Thank you for asking. I can’t wait to be dining with asparagus as my vegetable. Amy