Asparagus Plants


Anonymous added on June 24, 2015 | Answered

I planted my first city backyard garden this year. I have a raised bed and upside down buckets. I planted a small trench of asparagus in top of one of the upside down buckets and it was doing very well. Should I transplant it into the raised bed or leave it alone? The bucket is 3-gallon and has stevia and sweet banana peppers on the bottom upside down part the asparagus is on top. Please advise soon. Thank you.

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Answered on June 25, 2015

As long as it's thriving, I would just leave it. However, if you still want to transplant the asparagus, this article should help with that:

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