Asparagus aethiopicus ‘Asparagus’
Asparagus aethiopicus, commonly called the Asparagus Fern, is not in fact a fern. It is a bushy, evergreen, twining vine with wiry, spiny, climbing stems that typically grow to 10-20 ft. long. It features feathery, fern-like flattened sprays of bright green stems, small white summer flowers and deep purple berries.
Light Requirements: Bright, indirect light.
Water Requirements: Prefers moist soil.
Toxic to Pets? Yes