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The Asparagus Fern features long and delicate feathery, vibrant green stems. Tiny green-white bell shaped flowers often appear in summer which can develop into small, purple berries. He makes a perfect bathroom addition due to his love of humidity. Fun fact: although named a Fern, this plant is actually part of the Lily family!
Introduce humidity loving plants into a bathroom to soften and bring warmth to hardware materials such as tiles and mirrors.
How to care
How to care
Asparagus Fern thrives in bright, indirect sunlight. Prolonged exposure to bright direct sunlight may burn and scorch them.
This plant enjoys weekly watering sessions, keeping their soil moist but not wet. Allow the top 2’ of soil to dry out between waterings during winter.
This plant will appreciate being placed in a humid environment, which you can create by misting it frequently, placing it close to other plants or on a pebble tray partly filled with water. They thrive in steamy bathrooms and kitchens.
Sad Plant Signs
Browning, drying fronds: suggest your Blue Star Fern has been underwatered, exposed to dry air or burnt by direct sunlight.
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Native to South Africa, the Asparagus Fern is a climbing plant in the genus Asparagus that is actually does not belong to the Fern family, but rather the Lily genus. With long and delicate feathery, vibrant green stems, the Asparagus Fern often grows tiny green-white bell shaped flowers in summer which can develop into small, purple berries. He makes a perfect bathroom addition due to his love of humidity.
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