Guelph Millennium Asparagus Crowns

Guelph Millennium (crowns)

4.5 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

$9.99$64.99

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ASPARAGUS CROWNS. Planting Guelph Millennium asparagus crowns is the speedier option to planting from seed, but you should still not expect a harvest from the first year. Each crown is composed of a central group of stems surrounded by dangling, finger-like roots. Guelph Millennium is a delicious, all-male variety developed at the University of Guelph. Expect high yields of purple-tipped green spears from a late season crop that may extend into June. Millennium Guelph received an RHS Award of Garden Merit, and is probably the cold-hardiest asparagus of all, so it does well in cool climates. Plant asparagus crowns in rich soil, covered by 5-8cm (2-3″) of soil. Plant them four weeks before your last average frost date. This variety will grow 150cm (59″) tall, with a spread of 45cm (18″), so space them with room to grow out from the centre. Leave the plants to develop and grow strong during the first year, and harvest from year two on.

(Ships in early spring — all orders will be held until product is available and shipped in February and March, order early to avoid item SOLD OUT. If the crowns arrive before you can plant them in your region, plant them in soil in containers and keep cold until transplant time.)

Sold out for 2017!

Seasonal item shipping: Items shipped at specific times of the year such as garlic, potatoes, onion sets, asparagus crowns, mason bee cocoons, nematodes and flower bulbs require special handling. They will be shipped separately as a new order with the applicable regional shipping charges applies. Whenever possible, we will combine you orders to minimize shipping charges. 

2 reviews for Guelph Millennium (crowns)

  1. 5 out of 5

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    We planted Guelph Millennium crowns last year, and they produced tall, healthy plants that really flourished in our yard. I built raised beds for them and amended the soil with plenty of mushroom manure, sea soil, and rock dust. The plants responded very well.

    Now it is mid-February, and the first stalks are just appearing. We’ll be eating fresh asparagus until early June!

  2. 4 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    I’m a gardener in Alberta where the climate isn’t always agreeable. We had a hot dry summer in 2017. I was thrilled when all but one crown finally poked up in July. I hope the other crown will respond by next spring when I hope to at least have a nibble. I shall amend the soil further in fall & hope for a harvest come spring.

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