I know it is kind of confusing, maybe even a bit oxymoronic.. but best way I could transmit what I was trying to say. I know that salt is not good for gardens... but they seem to indicate that asparagus because it is a maritime plant, likes it and does well with it. How do you give your asparagus bed salt and somehow prevent it from leaching over to the other plants in the larger bed? Or is it a concern?
That is what I meant.. to add salts around the asparagus but not around the less salt tolerant other veggies and stuff? Does that make any sense?
Bill (TAMU '78) wrote:Rudi wrote:... Now here is another question for you. If asparagus really needs some localized salt, can it be added to a mixed use bed without disastrous results to say the lavender, rosemary, thyme and rhubarb that would be close beside it?
Maybe I will be successful next year.
Help me out here, "localized salt?' Translate please.