Asparagus Plants

Planting Asparagus in the Fall

Anonymous added on September 27, 2011 | Answered

I have 3 asparagus plants in medium sized pots. They have been in those pots for about a month and a half. Can I plant them in the ground now or is it too late in the season? I live in the southeast portion of Missouri. I could try to keep them indoors and alive until next spring if it would be best that way.

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Answered on September 28, 2011

They can be planted now. We would recommend adding a layer of leaves or mulch over them for this first winter to help protect them a little more but other than that, planting them now will be fine.

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