The asparagus fern plant is prized for its feathery foliage and is relatively easy to care for indoors. It thrives in indirect light and a slightly humid environment, and regular misting can help revive this hardy plant when it’s looking a little down. Whether on the ground, a desk, or a hanging basket, this is an attractive plant for any home!
- This plant grows best in bright indirect light and dappled shade, so be sure to keep it out of direct sunlight.
- Water when 25% of the soil volume is dry, allowing the water to run out of the drainage hole fully to avoid root rot. If the plant is turning brown or drooping, this is a sign it is not getting enough water.
- This plant and its berries are toxic to both humans and pets.