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1 Asparagus Fern (Sprengeri)
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This plant has arching stems or fronds, which are completely covered with tiny, needle-like leaves known as cladophylls.
The cladophylls have scale-like leaves growing linearly and flat on the plant’s stems to create thorns.
The true leaves are usually bright green or yellowish-green as is the foliage color.
The Asparagus Fern grows about 1’ to 2’ feet tall and 3’ to 4’ feet wide.
The mature plants produce pale pink flowers or white flowers during the summer season.
These flowers are sometimes followed by green berries, which gradually transform into bright red berries during the winter.
Avoid consuming these berries as they are poisonous.
This plant requires at least six hours of full sun, four to five hours of part sun, and about four hours of partial shade.
It is best to place your indoor plants in a greenhouse or a shady porch during the summer for rapid growth.
The USDA hardiness zone of this plant is 7 to 10.
It tolerates a minimum temperature of 50° degrees Fahrenheit (10° C).
The Asparagus Fern must be thoroughly watered.
However, be sure to let the soil dry out between waterings.
During the winter, limit the water without letting the soil completely dry out.