Asparagus is a perennial plant, meaning it grows to the height of two feet.
It is also commonly known as a bell pepper, and is one of the most widely cultivated ornamental plants.
In the United States, asparagics are cultivated in the spring and summer, and harvested at the end of September.
The growing season is long, reaching as much as two years.
It also can grow to heights of 3 feet and up to 15 feet in height.
It’s a popular addition to garden plants and has been used for ornamental purposes in Europe and Asia.
The asparaginous plant is native to Asia and Africa.
The plant can be found in Asia, Europe and Africa, as well as parts of the Middle East and the Caribbean.
It can also be found as a tropical species, although its tropical climate and climate tolerance make it difficult to cultivate successfully in the tropics.
Asparagus can be grown as a perennial, but because it requires more water, it is often grown as an annual.
Its flowers bloom in early spring, with the fruits bearing seeds the following summer.
The most common varieties are red, green, orange and yellow, and they all require about the same amount of water to produce their fruits.
Asparaginas are easy to grow, although they can be difficult to water.
They need a minimum of about 1,500 feet of water per plant, but some varieties can be watered to about 1.5 times that amount.
The fruit of asparagnia can be eaten fresh, or it can be dried and stored for later use.
It may also be cooked.
The red, yellow and orange varieties are also good for use as salad dressings, or mixed with other foods.