Asparagus setaceus ‘Pyramidalis’

(1 customer review)

$10.99

Asparagus setaceus ‘Pyramidalis’ has congested plumes and a rich green color. Many Asparagus plants are commonly called ferns, but they actually have small white flowers and belong to the Lily Family. A synonym for this plant is Aspargus plumosus. The shoots of this tropical grow straight up to form an upright pyramid like growth. The leaves are tiny little needles and give this plant the appearance of a fern. The overall look of this unusual plant is that of an upright evergreen.

Care of Asparagus setaceus ‘Pyramidalis’

Partial sun to shade, temp. 50 to 95 degrees, 12in. tall, allow getting dry between watering.

Family: Liliaceae

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Description

Asparagus setaceus ‘Pyramidalis’ has congested plumes and a rich green color. Many Asparagus plants are commonly called ferns, but they actually have small white flowers and belong to the Lily Family. A synonym for this plant is Aspargus plumosus. The shoots of this tropical grow straight up to form an upright pyramid like growth. The leaves are tiny little needles and give this plant the appearance of a fern. The overall look of this unusual plant is that of an upright evergreen.

Care of Asparagus setaceus ‘Pyramidalis’

Partial sun to shade, temp. 50 to 95 degrees, 12in. tall, allow getting dry between watering.

Family: Liliaceae

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Additional information

Weight 1 lbs
Pot Size

3.5 – 4 inch

1 review for Asparagus setaceus ‘Pyramidalis’

  1. justme052677 (verified owner)

    Received today. Pleased at how full the plant was. Definitely going to order from Steve’s frequently.

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