This asparagus has grown in the fence row for almost 30 years, It has withstood the coldest of winters, the wettest summers and it is disease/pest resistant. You will get a mixture of female and male seeds. Many conventional varieties are "ALL MALE" which means no seed production. Grow your own diverse genetics and pick the ones that do best in your garden or breeding project.
Tip: Start seeds March to transplant out end of May. Sow seeds in a well drained seed soil mix, water regularly and place in a sunny warm place to grow.
25 seeds per pkt. @ $9.95 each.
Apios Americana vine is sometimes called potato bean, groundnut or cinnamon vine. It grows on the edges of sandy riverbanks...
This asparagus variety is high yielding, disease resistant and cold hardy, we are in zone 4. It prefers to clay/loam...
First come, first served. Great for lazy or inexperienced gardeners because it takes care of itself without any gardening experience.....