The best time for cutting down asparagus (*Asparagus officinalis*) is when the plant becomes dormant in fall. Asparagus produces new shoots in spring, which you can harvest as asparagus spears. These shoots develop and mature over the growing season, forming many-branched, feathery stems. The plant's top growth dies in fall, though the roots remain...
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ASPARAGUS: At the end of the harvest, allow the asparagus plants to form ferns. These help transfer energy to the roots for good spear development the next season.
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Asparagus officinalis. Lovely foliage. Deciduous. Zones 2 to 9. Grows 3 to 5 ft in height. Water weekly. Protect from gophers.