'Gras' or Asparagus

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'Gras' or Asparagus

Post: # 129Post Evesham Resident
Sat Nov 20, 2004 8:59 pm

Us locals round t'Vale of Evesham grow a crop which is very close to our hearts - 'gras', you may know it as asparagus. Well it is truely delicious and very expensive to buy cut - so why not grow your own - all you need to do is buy a 'crow'. The local authority can direct you as to a very good supplier (01386 565000) You may even get so hooked that you visit the annual 'gras' Fayre as well as 'gras' auctions. Evesham is located in a beautiful part of South Worcestershire - why not take a visit - only 2hrs from London...so go on get hooked on 'gras'!!!

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'Gras' fayre

Post: # 376Post Andy Hamilton
Sun Dec 19, 2004 4:28 pm

So when is the annual gras fayre?

Is there a stone circle or something like that in Eversham? I seem to recall that there is something of that kind in those parts. Might check out the fayre next time around.
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Thinning Asparagus

Post: # 413Post Guest
Tue Dec 21, 2004 4:41 pm

I grow asparagus and have got a good crop over the last two years. this year they have been rather thin, what should I do to improve it? When should I cut back the fern which is starting to look a bit of a mess?

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