Asparagus (Densiflorus Spengeri)

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Though it doesn’t actually exist, common asparagus fern resembles a fern. The Latin word “seta,” which means “hair” or “hairy,” is where the name “Asparagus setaceus,” a perennial clumping herb, derives from. Many people describe the common asparagus fern’s leaves as hairy or lacy. Bell-shaped and greenish-white flowers are present.
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Size

20cm, 30cm

Water

Moderate

Light

Partial Sun

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Though it doesn’t actually exist, common asparagus fern resembles a fern. The Latin word “seta,” which means “hair” or “hairy,” is where the name “Asparagus setaceus,” a perennial clumping herb, derives from. Many people describe the common asparagus fern’s leaves as hairy or lacy. Bell-shaped and greenish-white flowers are present.