THICKER Than a Man’s Thumb and Ready to Pick the NEXT SEASON!
Male Hybrid Asparagus Never Seeds… Puts All Its Energy Into Growing COLOSSAL SUCCULENT SPEARS
Farmers in Amish communities and parts of Holland have a trick for growing extra-large spears of asparagus to fetch top prices. They go down their rows and remove all the female plants (those that produce red berries) leaving only males. Male plants never go to seed, putting all their energy into producing fat, succulent spears. Now plant scientists have taken this idea one step further, producing a variety of asparagus called Jersey Giant, that grows only males. And they made it a hybrid, to increase productivity even more.
Each plant yields up to 4X MORE spears than older varieties
These succulent Jersey Giants are disease-resistant, hardy in sub-zero weather, and thrive in almost any soil (even salty or alkaline) with no special care. You’ll get yields 3 to 4 times more than regular asparagus… with many stalks thicker than a man’s thumb.
Plant SPRING OR FALL!
Remember, these Jersey Giants can yield up to four times what the old varieties did. So where before you needed 100 plants to feed a family of four, you may need only 25 Jersey Giants.
Each set contains biodegradable pots, special soil kit and bonus seeds.