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…growing and productive variety. Asparagus 'Martha Washington' produces long, thick spears in May and early June that are delicious eaten fresh from the garden and are also suitable for freezing. Although asparagus beds take several years to establish, each More InfoBuy Now
…variety offering fantastic value. This RHS AGM variety produces an abundance of wide, white stems which are deliciously succulent when cooked like asparagus, and served with butter. The large, tasty leaves make a flavoursome alternative to spinach, and if left to flower, the… More InfoBuy Now
…to resist the urge to touch the delicate fronds of this graceful Asparagus Fern! The slender stems are shrouded in the finest foliage that gives it a soft, fluffy appearance, but take care as they can develop thorns over time. Asparagus setaceus is instantly alluring,… More InfoBuy Now
…gourmet flavour. A hint of asparagus - perhaps? Asparagus Pea goes with virtually any dish. Cook whole at 3cm (1in) long, preferably by steaming, and serve with a little melted butter. No flavouring should be used as this will destroy its own delicious taste. More InfoBuy Now
…herb is becoming an increasingly popular for a multitude of culinary uses. The young shoots can be cut in spring, and used as a substitute for asparagus. Leave some shoots to develop through summer and by August, the young leaves will make an excellent alternative to spinach… More InfoBuy Now
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