Asparagus Wild



Wild Asparagus

  1. Wild Asparagus is actually an uncultivated asparagus that grows on its own in the wild. The specific epithet, acutifolius, meaning ‚thorny leaves‚ is derived from Latin acutus (pointed, acute), and -folius (-leaved), and refers to the characteristic shape of the leaves, a quite common feature in the typical plants of the Mediterranean.

Where is it From?

Farmford's Wild Asparagus

United Kingdom

Perfect pairings

Farmford's perfect match for Wild Asparagus
  • Fish
  • Parma Ham
  • Steak

Reference site about Lorem Ipsum, giving information on its origins, as well as a random Lipsum generator.

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