Asparagus Purple Organic Seeds – Heirloom, Open Pollinated, Non GMO

US $14.10

Asparagus Purple Organic Seeds – Heirloom, Open Pollinated, Non GMO
— Original Package, 30 Seeds Of Each Pack

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    Asparagus Purple Organic Seeds – Heirloom, Open Pollinated, Non GMO
    100% Organic Seeds We offer the highest quality 100% organic seeds online at the best price. All our seeds are non GMO and are harvested using sustainable practices. Most folks don’t need hundreds of single crop seeds for their backyard gardens. We offer smaller batches so you can grow different fruits, vegetables, herbs and spices.

    Beginner's Guide to Growing Purple Asparagus from Organic Seeds

    Hey there, budding gardener! Ready to dive into the world of growing your own purple asparagus? Awesome choice! Here’s a super easy guide to get you started:

    Step 1: Get Your Spot Ready Find a sunny spot in your garden. Asparagus loves soaking up that sunshine! Make sure the soil drains well, so your plants don’t get waterlogged.

    Step 2: Planting Time Grab those tiny seeds and gently push them about half an inch into the soil. Don’t worry about burying them too deep – they like to be cozy! Space them about a foot apart in rows that are a foot and a half apart.

    Step 3: Water, Water, Water Keep your asparagus seeds moist, but don’t drown them! A little sprinkle every day should do the trick. Think of it like giving them a little drink to keep them happy.

    Step 4: Be Patient Growing asparagus takes time, so don’t expect instant results. It might be a few weeks before you see any action, but trust me, it’ll be worth the wait!

    Step 5: Feed Your Plants Once your asparagus starts peeking through, give them a boost with some organic fertilizer. They’ll thank you by growing big and strong!

    Step 6: Weed Patrol Keep those pesky weeds away from your precious asparagus. A little bit of weeding now will save you a lot of trouble later on.

    Step 7: Keep an Eye Out for Pests Nobody likes unwanted guests! Check your plants regularly for any pesky bugs. If you spot any, show them the door (or use some organic insect spray).

    Step 8: Harvest Time! Once your asparagus spears are about 6-8 inches tall, it’s time to harvest. Grab a sharp knife or scissors and cut them just above the soil level. Fresh asparagus for dinner, anyone?

    Step 9: Enjoy the Fruits (or Spears) of Your Labor Cook up some delicious asparagus dishes and bask in the satisfaction of knowing you grew it yourself. There’s nothing quite like homegrown goodness!

    Step 10: Prep for Next Year After harvesting, let some spears grow into ferns. These ferns will help feed the roots for next year’s crop. Trim them back in the fall once they start to turn brown.

    And that’s it – you’re officially an asparagus-growing pro! Remember, gardening is all about having fun and getting your hands dirty. Happy growing!