Asparagus densiflorus 'Sprengeri'
Origin: Cape Provinces and the Northern Provinces of South Africa
Also known as Asparagus Fern.
Show off this plant's long, arching stems by placing it in a decorative pot. Their short, needle-like leaflets give this plant their delicate feathery appearance and performs great cascading down the sides of hanging baskets and in mixed arrangements. Does great outdoors during summer months. Compliment with Coleus Kong and Geraniums.
In the summer, white to pale flowers will bloom on mature plants. Sometimes these flowers are followed by clusters of green berries that eventually turn red in the winter. The berries, however, are poisonous and should not be eaten.
These feathery ferns are often seen complimenting other plants in beautiful bouquets. They do best in containers. If planted in the ground in more temperate climates, these ferns can become invasive.
In the spring, trim back old stems to make room for new growth. This also helps to keep your plant looking healthy and clean.
Do not over-water your fern. These plants have thick tuberous roots that can store water and do not enjoy sitting in soggy soil. Too much water can cause root rot and damage to your plant.
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|Lighting||Bright location; avoid direct sunlight.|
|Water||Water regularly, keeping the soil moist. Discard any excess water.|
|Fertilize||Fertilize bimonthly in the growing season|
|Other Benefits||Air Purifying, Easy Care, Bright Light, Low Light.|