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In the autumn, before crowns are to be planted, the site should be weeded and dug over.
A general purpose fertiliser or well-rotted organic matter, such as well-rotted horse manure, leaf mould or compost, can be incorporated to help improve soil structure.
Asparagus can be planted as young plants (known as crowns) or grown from seed.
Growing from seed is cheaper but more labour intensive, and it can take an additional year before the first harvest is produced.
The common name asparagus derives from the Greek has a long history of use as a medicinal plant.
Dioscorides, a first century Greek physician, recommended extracts of asparagus root for treatment of urinary and kidney problems, jaundice and sciatica.
and was thought to ‘cleanse without manifest heat and dryness’ and ‘increase seed and stir up lust’.
Description Overview: An upright herb up to 2 m tall, with a rhizome (underground stem) from which it re-grows each spring.Leaves: True leaves are reduced to scales on the stem or spines at branching points.Green cladodes (stems, up to 25 mm long) act as leaves and are fine, flattened and produced in clusters. Flowers: Male and female flowers are borne on separate plants.However, some evidence indicates that this is in fact a separate species ( .Geography and distribution Garden asparagus is native to Europe, Asia (as far east as Mongolia) and northwestern Africa (Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia).
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Crowns should be planted in April in a trench 30–45 cm wide and 35 cm deep, with well-rotted organic matter placed in the bottom 15 cm of the trench.