With an optimal plant population of 21,250 plants per acre, Early California with produce abundant yields. Spears are green with little or no purpling, smoot and straight and have tight heads. Like Brock Imperial, it is ideally suited for arid more »

Released by Brock Seed in 1984, Brock Imperial has been a leading hybrid for many years. It well adapted but best suited for arid and semi-arid regions of the US and Mexico or similar climates. Brock Imperial produces 7-10 earlier more »

Asparagus officianalis

Perennial. Popular U.S. variety used in the truck garden and commercial market. Early long straight medium dark green spears with tight purpling tips. Cutting season can last up to 60 days. Resistant to some rusts and blight. Read More…

Asparagus officianalis

Developed at the University of California at Riverside in 1978 this variety is the most widely planted fresh market variety in the world. Read More…

Asparagus officianalis

This variety will exhibit variability typical of an F-2 generation which will result in an overall lower yield and quality. It also has less tolerance to Rust and Fusarium when compared to UC 157 F1. Seed is not tested for Asparagus Latent Virus 2. Read More…