Native to South Africa, this type of ornamental plant is suitable for home breeding.
The Asparagus setaceus are considered resistant and well-drained plants, and this plant has a special beauty for the shape of it has soft and attractive leaves.
This plant needs to be irrigated abundantly, especially in the summer and spring months, i.e. the soil should not be left dry before irrigation.
Needs a proper temperature and often between 10 to 22 degrees Celsius.
Asparagus setaceus should be kept away from direct sunlight, as they have many negative effects on it that can lead to the death of the plant.
This does not eliminate the importance of light for the growth of the Asparagus setaceus, bearing in mind that it is indirectly perpendicular to the plant.
He needs to fertilize weekly and preferably
Compost should be 2g/l water once every two weeks during the summer growing season.