Does asparagus fern produce asparagus?
Considering this, does asparagus fern grow asparagus?
Asparagus fern can provide small flowers and berries when it is happy in its location. Berries can be planted to propagate the asparagus fern plant. When you grow asparagus ferns outside in summer, asparagus fern care involves watering, fertilizing to encourage growth and occasionally pruning out dead stems.
One may also ask, where does asparagus fern come from? The asparagus fern isn't exactly a common houseplant, but with its feathery, light foliage, it's quite attractive and can be successfully grown indoors.
Tips for Growing Feathery Ferns Indoors.
|Botanical Name||Asparagus aethiopicus|
|Hardiness Zones||9 to 11|
|Native Area||South Africa|
Similarly, you may ask, can I eat asparagus fern?
You can eat the stems of both garden asparagus and plumosus, but keep your dogs and cats away from ornamental asparagus ferns. The berries produce vomiting, pain or diarrhea in both cats and dogs.
Does asparagus fern like sun or shade?
Sun Requirements Asparagus ferns tolerate full sun, although their leaves tend to yellow. They perform better with morning sun and afternoon shade, or even light shade. The plants are very tolerant of high temperatures, though, and grow vigorously in the heat of the summer, when many other plants wilt.