This fall, plant the lazy gardener's vegetable: asparagus
What if I told you that you could plant a root in the ground, kind of ignore it, and get tasty spears of green goodness from it for years afterward?
By Lisa Brunette
Asparagus is a perennial vegetable, which means it comes back every year on its own. Once established, an asparagus bed will send up fresh, nutrient-packed shoots with very little work on your part. It's an ideal situation for the lazy gardener.
Since I've been through this asparagus process twice now, I'll share a …
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