Asparagus second year

Discussion in 'Edible Gardening' started by Paul waterhouse, Jun 22, 2020.

  1. Paul waterhouse

    Paul waterhouse Apprentice Gardener

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    I have some 12 asparagus plants that I raised from seed. They are on their second year of growth. They are just ferns right now, what should I do with them? I plan on making an asparagus bed this year. Should I transplant them, wait till they die back and do it next year?

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  2. CanadianLori

    CanadianLori Total Gardener

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    That is an excellent question @Paul waterhouse . I've planted seedlings that I started in February. I have a small bed and am filling in around the one side. I didn't even wait a year, just planted them out in early spring, so I am curious to find out if this was a no no.
     
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