This ornamental “cousin” to edible asparagus is popular for use in cut flower arrangements or growing as a potted plant. It gets its name from the soft, airy fronds that resemble the foliage of the vegetable asparagus plant. Wonderful used solo as a calming accent or grouped with other plants to create a lush, natural setting.
Perfect for all kinds of containers, including window boxes, hanging baskets and combination planters. Makes a good small scale groundcover.