|Asparagus officinalis plants.|
Asparagus is a large genus of flowering plants with over 300 different species. Some of the plants are grown as ornamental plants. One of these is the "asparagus fern", Asparagus setaceus, which is not a real fern. The best known plant in this group is Asparagus officinalis, which is grown as a vegetable, and is usually eaten in spring.
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- Stromberg, Joseph. "Why Asparagus Makes Your Urine Smell". Smithsonian Magazine. Retrieved 2021-08-12.