raspberry trellis - I need something like this around my raspberry bed…it is getting out of control!

Good for thornless blackberries raspberry trellis - I need something like this around my raspberry bed…it is getting out of control!

asparagus maintenance: basically, harvest until shoots are thin as a pencil, then allow the rest to put out ferns. Water weekly. Cut back the ferns each winter and add compost.

asparagus maintenance: basically, harvest until shoots are thin as a pencil, then allow the rest to put out ferns. Cut back the ferns each winter and add compost.

Nice, organized raised bed layout with gravel walkways - stone walk way in between beds may be nice too.

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how to grow asparagus and all about male and female asparagus plants | Country Trading Blog

how to grow asparagus and all about male and female asparagus plants

A great guide to growing asparagus. Zones it grows in, how to plant it, plus a handy tip sheet. Yes it takes 2 years to harvest. Big deal. It's worth it!

An easy guide to planting asparagus.

A great guide to growing asparagus. Zones it grows in, how to plant it, plus a handy tip sheet. Yes it takes 2 years to harvest. It& worth it!

How To do it : Choose a sunny part of the garden with good drainage. Dig a trench and check the pH, which should be 6.5 to 7.5. Plant the crowns about 8 in. deep and 15 in. apart. Cover initially with

How To do it : Choose a sunny part of the garden with good drainage. Dig a trench and check the pH, which should be to Plant the crowns about 8 in. deep and 15 in. Cover initially with - My Sunny Gardens

Raspberry Bed

Our cedar Raspberry Raised Bed is L x W x H and holds five plants. It includes an integrated support system with heavy-gauge plastic monofilament line and special tensioners to keep rambling raspberry plants contained and upright.

How to Grow Raspberries | Fine Gardening

How to Grow Raspberries. The original 20 raspberry plants have grown into a full bed from which the author picks 2 gallons of raspberries a day during the summer months, roughly a pint per plant, though the amount tapers off as fall approaches.

Planting asparagus crowns. Space the crowns every foot or so, spreading the roots on a slight mound inside the foot wide trench. Cover with two inches of soil, then more as the plants begin to grow (a couple of more inches every couple of weeks) until the soil level is slightly above the trench level.

Gloria Nicol's glorious guide to planting and cooking with asparagus

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