Wild asparagus

Wild asparagus

About Wild asparagus Edit

This plant is a native asparagus species and is endemic to Western Europe. Recent evidence indicates that wild asparagus is a separate species to garden asparagus (Asparagus officinalis spp. officinalis) and not a subspecies as previously thought. The stems grow prostrately and have needle-like leaves, which reach 16 (exceptionally 24) mm long. The flowers are small and green, and produce bright red berries.

Wild asparagus Recipes Edit

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