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A sign of summer


It may not be a normal bouquet, but it’s my favourite gathering of blooms of this time of year. 

The first bunch of asparagus. 

It takes time to grow asparagus but it’s well worth it. When those little spikes start appearing from the ground it’s like a miracle. Just poking through the dirt. The first thing we can harvest. 



5 comments on “A sign of summer

  1. backtowhatever
    May 11, 2015

    Oh I’m jealous! You have a bunch, I have only two sticks of aspergus so far 😀

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  2. Grower
    May 12, 2015

    We harvested our first bits of asparagus from the plants we put in two years ago. It was the best.

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  3. thesunshineisours
    May 15, 2015

    How long did it take before you could harvest your asparagus?

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    • lizard100
      May 15, 2015

      Three years to settle the plants. But it’s worth it. Definitely v


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