"Foxtail fern is an evergreen plant. As you can probably guess from the plant’s Latin name, Asparagus densiflorus, it is related to the widely eaten vegetable asparagus. This plant is grown best in a greenhouse or indoors because of its susceptibility to frost. Don't be fooled by this plant's common name or clumping growth habit, it's not a real fern!
When he got home the 'ouse were in dark ness,
So he slipped in as sly as a fox,
Laid the 'sparagus on kitchen table
And crept up to bed in his socks.
Asparagus fern, Foxtail fern
This plant comes with many needle-like leaflets that look similar to any common ferns. These leaflets are combined into conical stalks, looking especially like gree asparagus and also like the tail of a fox. So, it is called asparagus fern or foxtail fern.
The deepest impression people have of plume foxtail fern is its vibrant green. It is not an ordinary green, but full of vigor and vitality, just like a charming man.
Nobility, wealth, fertility"