Many gardeners would love to add asparagus; how to grow is a basic question answered below.
Asparagus, with the scientific name asparagus officinalis, is a hardy perennial type of plant that grows in well-drained soil (USDA zones 2 to 8) between 7.0 and 7.2 pH level. It grows every year whether in dry or winter seasons. In most cases, it’s ready to harvest in spring or summer. Even after harvest, the plant stays in the same garden bed for long years between 15 to 30. Thus, a very excellent choice to grow for its yearly production.
Moreover, this vegetable is a great source of many essential nutrients. These include B vitamins, vitamin C, calcium and iron. It’s another reason why you must include this in your home garden.
Red radishes, or simply radishes, are one of the fastest growing vegetables, which every gardener would surely love to raise. These are also convenient to store because they can last for a week or more. The question we need to answer is how to store radishes properly to ensure their crispness.
It’s always necessary to look at the fruit of every plant to know whether it is ready to pick or wait a little longer. Regardless of the variety, the color of the top of the radishes has to be bright, usually green, and not wilted. Check the roots as well if they are bright and contain no cracks. It helps confirm they’re good enough to harvest if you squeeze and the center shouldn’t be soft.