Iconic Feathery Foliage + Carefree Growth
Why Myers Asparagus Fern Plants?
Defined by vibrant green foliage with a frilly, feathery feel, the Asparagus Fern is a textural, unique houseplant. Even better? It’s virtually carefree, meaning no guesswork and no hassle…no matter where you plant it.
Simply place it in a little sun and shade, and watch it thrive. In fact, it works for you, clearing the air and brightening up any indoor space with ease. And despite its carefree nature, it can still grow the small flowers and berries that set the Asparagus Fern apart. This exotic native does it all, from tabletops and mantels to offices and beyond.
Through it all, Myers keeps on growing, even if you miss a few waterings. It’s perfect for master gardeners and black thumbs alike because it delivers all the good looks without the hassle. The only work for you is deciding where you want to place your fresh, new Asparagus Fern!
We’ve hand-selected your Asparagus Fern for long-term success. The work has been done for you…now,you get a healthy root system, packaged with care and delivered directly to your door.
Unlike most houseplants stocked at big-box retailers, your Myers Asparagus Fern arrives with healthy, intact roots in nutrient-rich soil. That means your Myers is planted and grown to last, year after year. We never ship bare-root…and it makes all the difference in your homescape.
So, you get the benefits of one-of-a-kind good looks without any of the fuss.Upgrade your homescape and beyond with your own Asparagus FernPlant today!
Planting & Care
1. Planting:Place in an area with bright but indirect sunlight and select a pot large enough to accommodate its root ball. Keep in mind that you won’t have to repot immediately, but when you do, ensure your Fern’s root ball has room to grow.
From there, simply use organic soil, place your plant, and watch it grow.
Any area with partial sun to partial shade (about 3 to 6 hours of sunlight per day) is ideal.
2. Watering:To water your plant, check the surrounding soil about 2 inches down for dryness. When this area is dry, water until you see seepage from your pot’s drainage holes.
3. Fertilizing: Once a month, you can feed with an all-purpose water-soluble fertilizer (20-20-20).