Asparagus Fern In A 17cm Kokodama Hanging Planter - Houseplant
Asparagus setaceus - originally comes from Southern and eastern Africa and it's commonly known as Asparagus fern but it's not really a fern, it is actually a member of the Liliaceae family.
Asparagus Fern is an elegant fern with bushy, long wiry, flattened sprays of bright green stems. As it matures it loses its early bushy look and throws out tendrils that give it the potential to climb. This fern can provide small flowers and berries when it is happy in its location. Berries can be planted to propagate. The asparagus fern is often found as a hanging plant, decorating the deck or patio in the summer and helping to clean indoor air in winter.
Plant Care Basics
Light Needs: Prefers bright, indirect light such as that filtered through a curtain can cope in shade but may lose some of its vibrancy. Dislikes direct sunlight.
Water Needs: Keep the soil moist at all times and don’t allow the roots to dry out.
Weather: - Average household temperatures 13-24°C. Asparagus fern likes humidity, making it ideal for growing in a steamy bathroom or kitchen.
The Kokodama pot is a handmade sphere made from natural coconut fibres which make it very light and perfect to be used for hanging garden arrangements. You could even hang it on adhesive hooks without making any holes in the wall or ceiling. One Kokodama gives a lovely natural touch to any interior, and several bunched together can create amazing jungle effects.
Pot size: approx 17 cm diameter
Hanging planter length: 70 cm
Plant: 30-35 cm