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What would you do if lilies were in your new asparagus?

Posted by bagsmom 7 (My Page) on
Mon, Apr 12, 10 at 13:09

I thought I was planting in a fairly empty area when I made my asparagus bed. I just planted the asparagus roots this March.

I'm seeing some Asian lilies popping up in there.

Should I try to move them? Or leave well enough alone? Can they co-exist peacefully and pretty-ly?

What would you do?

Thanks!


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RE: What would you do if lilies were in your new asparagus?

  • Posted by mk87 7b/8a (My Page) on
    Mon, Apr 12, 10 at 13:38

Well, I hate asparagus...so...I'd vote to keep the lilies!

LOL (That didn't help much, huh?)

Others will probably have 'way better advice, but I have to say I think it's great when you can have veggies mixed in with ornamental stuff. The only thing is being careful what types of products and fertilizers you might use, right?


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RE: What would you do if lilies were in your new asparagus?

That was funny! I like asparagus stir-fried with mushrooms. It is crunchy and tender at the same time. I would never eat it mushy!

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RE: What would you do if lilies were in your new asparagus?

  • Posted by mk87 7b/8a (My Page) on
    Mon, Apr 12, 10 at 14:56

Hubby loves asparagus, so he would agree with you. I think it's just a deformed, extra-chewy green bean!


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