Asparagus

It takes three years to grow asparagus from seed to harvest.

The Romans, in the 1st Century BC, were the first to preserve asparagus by freezing it in the Alps.

Beets

Studies have shown that high levels of the antioxidants and anti-inflammatory agents found in beets may reduce risk of some cancers.

Beets are rich in six different nutrients. They're an excellent source of folate, vitamins A and K, manganese, copper, and potassium.

Beets have been shown to support your body's natural detoxification process, thanks to betalin, a compound naturally found in beets.

Carrots

A teaspoon holds almost 2,000 carrot seeds.

February 3rd is National Carrot Day.

In the 16th century, Dutch carrot growers cross-bred yellow and red carrots to create the orange carrot in honor of their Royal Family.

Carrots are about 87% water.

Carrots are an excellent source of beta-carotene, which is important for eyesight, skin health, and normal growth.

Carrots contain a high amount of fiber.

One square meter of U.S. carrot production (one crop) can fulfill vitamin A needs for one adult for one year.