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Tuesday, May 3, 2016

My Son's Asparagus

My son humored his crazy mother was kind enough to take a few pics of his asparagus as it grew and I thought you might like to see them... I find it fascinating that it comes out of the ground looking like this. Now, it's my understanding that it can take a few years for asparagus to get established and really start producing, his is only a couple years old and as of this moment he got... three spears. Yep, ~three~. But he did enjoy them:@)

Day one:

Day three:

Day five:
So as you can see, once it starts growing it pops up pretty quickly.
My fingers are crossed that it decides it's happy and becomes an over-achiever soon...
Roasted asparagus is a beautiful thing:@)

Have a happy day!

11 comments:

  1. I don't think I've ever seen asparagus growing either. Fun and oh so yummy!!

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  2. Lynn, that is awesome! I have never seen asparagus growing either!!

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  3. I'm another one that has never seen asparagus growing. My youngest son planted some, but I haven't heard any progress report on it. I hope your son's asparagus over achieves, too, and you get some of the bumper crop.

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  4. had no idea how they grew, so thanks!

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  5. How interesting. I love eating, but never saw it grow like this.

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  6. I've never really thought about how asparagus grows, that is so crazy! I've always wondered why sometimes it's so fat and sometimes pencil thin! Funny photo!! I hope he gets a bumper crop next year!
    Jenna

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  7. Lynn, I hope it multiplies quickly! Yum!

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  8. I've never thought about how asparagus grows, either! So strange! I love roasted asparagus, it's one of my favs in the summer.

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  9. It seems to be maturing faster than my darned rhubarb! Nice!

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  10. Asparagus looks so funny and foreign rising up out of the ground like that :) Hope he has takes bumper crop!

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