About the FoxTail Fern
The FoxTail ferns are not really ferns, as they’re multiplied from seeds and produce no spores. The common name likely came from the clumping habit of the plant that is similar to that of a fern.
- Approximately 18 inch (45 cm) in overall height, from bottom of pot to top leaf
- Botanical name: Asparagus densiflorus Meyeri
- Native to South Africa
- Live, fully grown, healthy plant · Grown in QUEBEC
- NOT SAFE for pets (Cats)
- Difficulty: Low maintenance and great for beginners!
The potted Foxtail outside can take gentle morning sun with light shade for the rest of the day. Indoors, locate the Foxtail in bright light and even direct morning sun in winter. Provide humidity to plants growing indoors. Read the complete BIOVERTCITY CARE GUIDE of this plant...
Did You Know...
Don’t let the appearance deceive you, however. In reality, Foxtail ferns are tough and hardy specimens, flourishing with limited care. Foxtail fern plants are drought resistant once established. Learning how to take care of a Foxtail fern is far from difficult!
2L ERCOLE (nursery eco-friendly anti-roots-bound pot)
4L VIP ECOPOT AMSTERDAM (VIP included: pot, pan saucer + rocks)