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Asparagus Fern (Plumosus)
Asparagus Fern (Plumosus)

Asparagus Fern (Plumosus)

$9.99
The growing and care of lantanas (Lantana camara) is easy. These verbena-like flowers have long since been admired for their extended bloom time. There are several varieties available that offer a multitude of colors. Depending on the region and type grown, lantana plants can be treated as annuals or perennials. Grow lantana flowers in the garden or in containers. Trailing varieties can even be grown in hanging baskets. Lantanas also make a great choice for those wishing to attract butterflies and hummingbirds to the garden.

Read more at Gardening Know How: How To Grow Lantana – Information On Growing Lantana https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/flowers/lantana/lantana-plants.htm
The growing and care of lantanas (Lantana camara) is easy. These verbena-like flowers have long since been admired for their extended bloom time. There are several varieties available that offer a multitude of colors. Depending on the region and type grown, lantana plants can be treated as annuals or perennials. Grow lantana flowers in the garden or in containers. Trailing varieties can even be grown in hanging baskets. Lantanas also make a great choice for those wishing to attract butterflies and hummingbirds to the garden.

Read more at Gardening Know How: How To Grow Lantana – Information On Growing Lantana https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/flowers/lantana/lantana-plants.hGrows lush and vigorous in southern U.S. heat and under cool, stressful conditions of northern Europe and Canada.20% larger flowers than competing varieties means more color on the bench than any other disease-resistant zinnia…more retail impact…flower power that lasts in the landscape.
The asparagus fern plant is not really a fern at all, but a member of the Liliaceae family. When growing asparagus ferns outside, place them in a part sun to shady location for best foliage growth. While the asparagus fern plant may sometimes flower, the tiny white flowers are small and not necessary for the beauty of growing asparagus fern.

Read more at Gardening Know How: Asparagus Fern Plant – How To Take Care Of Asparagus Ferns https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/foliage/asparagus-fern/asparagus-fern-care.htm
The asparagus fern plant is not really a fern at all, but a member of the Liliaceae family. When growing asparagus ferns outside, place them in a part sun to shady location for best foliage growth. While the asparagus fern plant may sometimes flower, the tiny white flowers are small and not necessary for the beauty of growing asparagus fern.

Read more at Gardening Know How: Asparagus Fern Plant – How To Take Care Of Asparagus Ferns https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/foliage/asparagus-fern/asparagus-fern-care.htm

Asparagus Ferns here in Tennessee are considered as annuals (outside) or as houseplants (inside for the winter). They're easy to grow and require  Part Sun to Sun and will create a dense, fluffy look in pots and planters! Despite its name, it is not a true fern but rather belongs to the Asparagus family. The plant features arching, cascading stems adorned with numerous needle-like leaves, which give it a soft and airy appearance. Asparagus Fern (Plumosus) is a versatile plant that can be used as a trailing houseplant, a hanging basket specimen, or even as a ground cover in suitable outdoor climates.

CARE

To keep the Asparagus Fern (Plumosus) healthy and vibrant, it prefers bright, indirect light indoors or partial shade outdoors. Avoid placing it in direct sunlight, as this can scorch its delicate foliage. The plant thrives in well-draining soil and requires regular watering to keep the soil evenly moist but not soggy. During the growing season, from spring to fall, regular fertilization with a balanced liquid fertilizer can promote lush growth. Pruning any yellow or brown fronds will help maintain its appearance and encourage new growth.

GROWTH HABIT

Annual in zone 7 (or grown as a houseplant). In warmer regions, it can be a vigorous outdoor climber, reaching heights of up to 10 feet (3 meters) when given proper support. 

TOXICITY

Asparagus Fern (Plumosus) is considered non-toxic to humans and pets.


    The growing and care of lantanas (Lantana camara) is easy. These verbena-like flowers have long since been admired for their extended bloom time. There are several varieties available that offer a multitude of colors. Depending on the region and type grown, lantana plants can be treated as annuals or perennials. Grow lantana flowers in the garden or in containers. Trailing varieties can even be grown in hanging baskets. Lantanas also make a great choice for those wishing to attract butterflies and hummingbirds to the garden.

    Read more at Gardening Know How: How To Grow Lantana – Information On Growing Lantana https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/flowers/lantana/lantana-plants.htm
    The growing and care of lantanas (Lantana camara) is easy. These verbena-like flowers have long since been admired for their extended bloom time. There are several varieties available that offer a multitude of colors. Depending on the region and type grown, lantana plants can be treated as annuals or perennials. Grow lantana flowers in the garden or in containers. Trailing varieties can even be grown in hanging baskets. Lantanas also make a great choice for those wishing to attract butterflies and hummingbirds to the garden.

    Read more at Gardening Know How: How To Grow Lantana – Information On Growing Lantana https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/flowers/lantana/lantana-plants.hGrows lush and vigorous in southern U.S. heat and under cool, stressful conditions of northern Europe and Canada.20% larger flowers than competing varieties means more color on the bench than any other disease-resistant zinnia…more retail impact…flower power that lasts in the landscape.
    The asparagus fern plant is not really a fern at all, but a member of the Liliaceae family. When growing asparagus ferns outside, place them in a part sun to shady location for best foliage growth. While the asparagus fern plant may sometimes flower, the tiny white flowers are small and not necessary for the beauty of growing asparagus fern.

    Read more at Gardening Know How: Asparagus Fern Plant – How To Take Care Of Asparagus Ferns https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/foliage/asparagus-fern/asparagus-fern-care.htm
    The asparagus fern plant is not really a fern at all, but a member of the Liliaceae family. When growing asparagus ferns outside, place them in a part sun to shady location for best foliage growth. While the asparagus fern plant may sometimes flower, the tiny white flowers are small and not necessary for the beauty of growing asparagus fern.

    Read more at Gardening Know How: Asparagus Fern Plant – How To Take Care Of Asparagus Ferns https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/foliage/asparagus-fern/asparagus-fern-care.htm

    Asparagus Ferns here in Tennessee are considered as annuals (outside) or as houseplants (inside for the winter). They're easy to grow and require  Part Sun to Sun and will create a dense, fluffy look in pots and planters! Despite its name, it is not a true fern but rather belongs to the Asparagus family. The plant features arching, cascading stems adorned with numerous needle-like leaves, which give it a soft and airy appearance. Asparagus Fern (Plumosus) is a versatile plant that can be used as a trailing houseplant, a hanging basket specimen, or even as a ground cover in suitable outdoor climates.

    To keep the Asparagus Fern (Plumosus) healthy and vibrant, it prefers bright, indirect light indoors or partial shade outdoors. Avoid placing it in direct sunlight, as this can scorch its delicate foliage. The plant thrives in well-draining soil and requires regular watering to keep the soil evenly moist but not soggy. During the growing season, from spring to fall, regular fertilization with a balanced liquid fertilizer can promote lush growth. Pruning any yellow or brown fronds will help maintain its appearance and encourage new growth.

    Annual in zone 7 (or grown as a houseplant). In warmer regions, it can be a vigorous outdoor climber, reaching heights of up to 10 feet (3 meters) when given proper support. 

    Asparagus Fern (Plumosus) is considered non-toxic to humans and pets.


      Plant size and shape may differ from what is pictured.

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      For in store purchases: If you are not satisfied with your purchase, please call us at 423-870-5000 or return the plant in its original pot/condition within 3 days. Trees and shrubs have a 1 year warranty (exceptions may apply), but we highly encourage you to give us a call or email if you notice issues with your plant. We'd love to help you figure out what's wrong and save your plant! 

      Orders are shipped on Wednesdays and Thursdays; if your order is placed on a Wednesday, it may not ship until the following Wednesday. During peak season there may be delays in shipping. If it is too hot or cold, we suggest ordering during milder months to ensure plants arrive in best condition.