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(Latin name: Asparagus officinalis) A number of cultivated varieties of asparagus are harvested for their edible shoots (or spears).It is native to Europe but is now widely cultivated in the USA.It grows best in sandy soil beds.

Asparagus growing in field, close-up

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(Latin name: Asparagus officinalis) A number of cultivated varieties of asparagus are harvested for their edible shoots (or spears).It is native to Europe but is now widely cultivated in the USA.It grows best in sandy soil beds.
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