"Common asparagus fern is not a true fern but does resemble one. This perennial clumping herb gets its Latin name, Asparagus setaceus, from the Latin 'seata', which means hair or hairy. The leaves of the common asparagus fern are often described as hairy or lacy. The flowers are greenish-white and bell-shaped.
Common asparagus fern
It is a climbing plant in the Asparagus genus. Despite its common name, it is not a true fern but it appears like one. Since is one of the most common plant in the genus, it is called common asparagus fern.
Although the common asparagus fern is not a bamboo, it has soft leaves that grow densely like feathers. It grows in layers and in an elegant shape. There are knots on its branches like bamboo. Compared to the bamboo, it has an elegant posture and unique charm.
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Common asparagus fern can be displayed in study rooms, desks, bedrooms, etc."