Asparagus ferns have airy and delicate foliage that looks like the leaves of asparagus but arches gracefully, like a fern – hence their name. They're not actually ferns, but members of the lily family, and hail from the humid forests of southern Africa. They make excellent house plants
Asparagus ferns look lovely tumbling from a shelf or plant stand, or in a hanging planter. They also look good grouped with other plants, especially those with contrasting leaf shapes.
If an asparagus fern is especially happy, it may produce small white flowers and berries, but it's really grown for its foliage.
Asparagus ferns are easy to grow, provided they are kept out of direct sunshine, have some humidity and are kept well watered in warm weather.
a wonderful plant for cleaning the air and adding aesthetic value to a room
comes in a 9cm pot ready to place where desired.