Asparagus crowns are usually available just once a year in early spring. So plan accordingly. Once the bed is weed-free, dig a trench about 12" deep and a foot wide. The crowns should be planted at 18" intervals in the bed, so put a shovel of compost and a cup of all-purpose, organic fertilizer in the trench every 18"
Plant asparagus crowns in the early spring, as soon as the soil can be worked. Many gardeners plant about the same time potatoes go in the ground. A few varieties, such as open-pollinated 'Purple Passion' and hybrid 'Sweet Purple,' can be grown from seed.
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