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Plant Spotlight: Asparagus Fern


A longtime favorite for adding delicate texture to indoor and outdoor spaces, the Asparagus Fern is as beautiful as it is versatile. It will thrive as a houseplant or outside in garden containers.


The plant's lovely texture looks great no matter where you decide to grow it!

As an indoor plant, the Asparagus Fern trails gracefully from hanging planters and it's also a perfect design choice for small planters on desks or tabletops.





When used outside, the Asparagus Fern is a great plant to use in mixed containers. Its vibrant color accents a variety of flowers and the delicate texture can create great contrast with broad-leafed plants. Outdoor hanging baskets are another perfect option for this plant.

Asparagus Fern Care:

When grown indoors, place an Asparagus Fern in a medium to bright spot. During hot summer months, it's ideal to shield this plant from too much direct sun. Water the Asparagus Fern regularly as the leaves will turn brown and dry out without adequate water.


Check the soil moisture level to determine how often your plant needs water as this can vary dependent upon temperature and light exposure. Plant watering globes are helpful.


Outdoors, the Asparagus Fern does best in shade or part shade, however it can tolerate full sun if it stays moist. Regular watering is necessary, especially when grown in hanging baskets.


The Asparagus Fern comes in several varieties, such as Sprengeri (pictured), Plumosa and Foxtail. No matter which varietal you choose, the Asparagus Fern is an easy to care for and gorgeous addition to any plant collection.








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