A fluffy abundant fern!
The Asparagus Setaceus is always referred to as a fern but it is actually a member of the Lily family.
The Lace Fern comes from South Africa, they have long, wiry stems with super fine ferns, like lace thread. As it matures it loses its early bushy look and throws out tendrils that give it the potential to climb. It may even sprout flowers in late summer which turn into purple berries.
Growing pot size: 12 cm
Overall plant height including growing pot: 25-30 cm
Pets: Not considered toxic, but it can grow little berries that are inedible, best kept away from pets and children.
Key features of the Lace Fern - Asparagus Setaceus
Another amazing plant to help purify your home’s. The Asparagus Fern absorbs and eliminates toxins from the air around them.
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How to care for the Lace Fern
- Give it plenty of bright, indirect sunlight
- Keep the plant moist but don’t let it sit in water to prevent root rot.
- It survives well in average household temperatures. Avoid draughts.
- Mist it often to keep humidity
- During the growing season, feed it with a weak fertiliser
- If you notice its roots becoming pot bound, it’s time to repot it
The Lace Fern Story
Also known as common asparagus fern, asparagus grass, climbing asparagus, or ferny asparagus
Where is it from?
Native to South Africa. Some say that they were brought to Europe in the 1600s. They then became popular in greenhouses and conservatories of the European elite.
Is The Lace Fern The Right Plant For Me?
Not a plant that you see often as a houseplant. When its delicate feathery foliage grows big enough, it resembles a canopy.
If you give it frequent watering, a moist warm place, and indirect sunlight, this plant will thrive in your home!
How tall does it grow? It is fast-growing and easy to care for and can reach a height of 2.5m unless pruned.
Fact: Although I'm always referred to as a fern (because of my appearance) I am actually a member of the Lily family.
A delicate plant that will add extra elegance to your home! Get yours now!