This page gives instructions on how to buy asparagus seeds from David's Garden Seeds.
The Jersey Gem is considered an early variety, produces medium to large diameter spears. Yields are very high, does well in cool climates. Has excellent disease tolerance. Attractive green spears with slightly purple bracts. Ready to harvest in 2 years.
Jersey Gem 25 Hybrid Seeds
Jersey Knight is a good option if limited space necessitates replanting asparagus in the same location due to high resistance to rust and high tolerance to fusarium. Also does well in heavier soils. Perennial. David's Garden Seeds is a Veteran owned business that has been offering quality seeds since 2009. May not perform well in warmer areas such as TX, MS, GA, LA, AL, or FL, as it may not become dormant, which is needed to prevent frost/freeze damage to crowns in winter months. Ready to harvest in two to three years.
Jersey Knight 25 Hybrid Seeds
Mary Washington is the classic asparagus. This variety is a high-yield perennial, and should provide a bountiful harvest for several years to come. Plant once and it will grow for years producing lots of asparagus spears. Recommend for Texas and other warm growing areas, as well as cool growing areas. Ready to harvest in two years.
Mary Washington 100 Heirloom Seeds
UC 157 is the most widely planted fresh market asparagus variety in the world. Developed by Frank Takatori and Frank Southers at the University of California at Riverside in 1978, UC 157 is tolerant of Rust (Puccinia asparagi) and highly tolerant of Fusarium (Fusarium oxysporum). F2 is the second generation hybrid produced from the original UC 157, developed and released by University of California-Davis. This variety shows earliness in production, multi-spear initiation (3-5 at a time), uniformity in color & size, and heavier yields than other commercial varieties. Ready to eat in two to three years.
UC-157 50 Hybrid Seeds
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