Asparagus ferns aren’t actually ferns at all, but are members of the Lily family. They boast delicate, hair like foliage that looks and feels soft and fuzzy. Best kept in a bright, humid place away from direct sun, these plants love being placed in an enclosed terrarium. If you’re keeping these plants outside of a terrarium, try to place them in a humid environment such as a bathroom. Otherwise, mist them with water daily and/or provide a nearby pebble tray filled with water to ensure the foliage doesn’t dry out and turn brown.
These plants prefer cooler spots with lower light levels/dappled shade. They can thrive in brighter spots away from direct sunshine, but it’s important to maintain humidity around the foliage at all times.
These plants prefer damp soil and consistent humidity around the foliage. Water thoroughly to prevent soil from drying out, but make sure it is never sitting in standing water as this can lead to root rot. High humidity around the plant can be achieved by placing in a bathroom, misting the foliage regularly, or leaving the plant on a tray of stones half filled with water.
These plants prefer free draining, rich soil. If your pot doesn’t have drainage holes, be careful not to water too much to avoid excess moisture sitting around the roots, as this can lead to root rot.