Spring is HERE! Sarah takes advantage of a GORGEOUS day to get a bunch of planting done and takes you along to learn. Garlic, radish, spinach, asparagus, basil, bachelor buttons, and marigolds.
I had never in my life tried asparagus but I saw some at the grocery store this past week and bought a bunch. I decided to cook it and see if we liked it and between Ron, Bub and I, we ate the entire pan full. I could not get over how much we enjoyed […]
One of the first things we can forage for in the spring is asparagus–and boy is it a treat! Do you have wild asparagus near you? Do you know where to look?
Asparagus is a perennial that once established in the garden will produce for many years, it’s also super easy to cook asparagus. Here is how to grow and cook asparagus.
Asparagus is a perennial crop that is easy to grow and will continue to produce for up to 20 years! You can purchase year-old “crowns” from most nurseries. Asparagus plants can also be grown from seeds, but it can be rather difficult, so buying some “yearlings” is much easier. With very little maintenance, you can […]
Some history and trivia about asparagus, our favorite springtime crop at Clean Slate Farm. Blanched, grilled, or just take a bite from a freshly harvested spear…it’s great stuff. And there’s a recipe for asparagus soup that can be frozen for mid winter fix of spring!