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Asparagus has a history of about 2000 years back and Egyptians grew it for medicinal and health purposes. It includes the connections to Greece and Ancient Rome. It has the unique benefits for the human beings and can be a great element to be included in the diet.

Asparagus is green in color with purple colored cultivar. The purple part remains in the same color if it is fried or lightly steamed, but on heavy boiling or cooking; it converts into green color. In the beginning, the Asparagus is white in color, but it becomes green with the effect of sunlight. White Asparagus can grow under the ground.