Grown by United Nursery, the Foxtail fern asparagus ferns are unusual and attractive evergreen flowering plants and have many uses in the landscape and beyond. Foxtail asparagus ferns have an unusual, symmetrical look. These fern-like plants have arching plumes of tightly packed, needle-like leaves that look soft and delicate. Don't let the appearance deceive you, in reality, foxtail ferns are tough and hardy specimens, flourishing with limited care. Foxtail fern plants are drought resistant once established. This plants unique looks makes it the perfect choice to add some dimension to your home or office space. Indoor house plants are proven to be excellent air purifiers which help decrease stress and anxiety while stimulating creativity and productivity. Great for yourself or as a gift.
- We are not able to ship to california or Arizona due to legal restrictions imposed by the U.S. department of agriculture, these restrictions are on all tropical plants enterning the aforementioned states we also do not ship to Hawaii, Alaska, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands and Guam, shipping to extreme cold or hot weather states is also not recommended each live plant will be slightly different, thus the plant you receive may vary from the photo representation
- Unique leaves the Foxtail ferns have arching plumes of tightly packed, needle-like leaves that look soft and delicate plant measurements are taken from the bottom of the pot to the top of the plant
- Easy to grow tropical plant the Foxtail fern indoor houseplant adjusts quickly to its environment and will thrive with a good balance of medium light and shade
- Tropical live plant care instructions the Foxtail fern should be planted in rich, organic, well-draining soil this plant will do well in medium light and shade it prefers warmth and humidity and lives comfortable in 65°F to 85° F, this plant needs watering only when the soil becomes dry to the touch but do not over water as it will cause the roots to rot pour water into the top of the plant pot and let it run out the bottom to soak the roots do not leave the top of the soil too moist
- Not safe for pets according to the ASPCA, this plant may be toxic to pets if accidentally ingested