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We had our first asparagus of the season last Wednesday. I am about to go pick some more. This is garden asparagus which usually is a week or more ahead of the road ditch stuff. I am going to go for a short drive and see if any of the spots I go to in the ditches have any yet. 

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thanks roony. I have asparagus planted in a patch so its not road ditch. my patch is 30 miles away so a general idea if its up would be good. I also have winter onions out there also.  

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I am in the Waseca area, so I'm a bit south Stearns county. I didn't pick very much today but it looks like there will be quite a bit to harvest tomorrow. We use to have winter onions but they died off, I miss them.

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I could send ya some sets/seeds. when I went out to take care of my garlic I picked up a bunch!!!!!!

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I'd love some, Do you plant them now or in the fall?

 

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1 hour ago, roony said:

I'd love some, Do you plant them now or in the fall?

 

PM me your address. I will send ya a bunch I would plant them when you get them. they will be ready next spring. how many ya want? 

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