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Asparagus Fern

Asparagus Fern

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When you see the Asparagus Fern, you will be very tempted to pull off a stem and place it in your hair!
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Get to Know Asparagus Fern!


The asparagus fern plant is prized for its feathery foliage and is relatively easy to care for indoors. Thin stems support delicate and tiny leaves that have a feathery appearance, but they do have small thorns, so be careful! Truth be told, this indoor plant is technically not a fern! It's possible that it was given this common name because of its habit and fragile-looking leaves. In fact, this so-called fern can tolerate drought once it is established, but indoors, it needs regular watering. Whether on the ground, a desk, or a hanging basket, this is an attractive plant for any home! An asparagus fern is great for an intermediate plant owner.


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 grows best in bright indirect light and dappled shade, so be sure to keep it out of direct sunlight.


No! This plant is toxic to humans and pets if ingested.

Sad Plant (is your plant dying?)

A dying asparagus fern will be surrounded by a ring of brown, crunchy leaves.