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Ornamental asparagus is a filigree plant. No other indoor plant has such small and dense, weightless and curly greenery. Depending on the type and variety of asparagus, there are larger and more compact forms of "hare chill" with upright or drooping shoots.
Associations with dill or fennel are inevitable when seeing asparagus. Soft, needle-shaped, false leaves create a translucent and unique crown, you want to constantly touch the leaves of the plant. In some plants, the shoots practically do not branch, they droop beautifully in graceful arcs or resemble a cat's tail, in others, on the contrary, they branch out densely, resembling either conifers or feathers.
Asparagus blooms, releasing miniature white flowers along the shoots, from which red poisonous berry-like fruits are then formed.
Today, asparagus has hundreds of different varieties. And they forever make you reconsider the title of a boring plant. Some look like a modern miracle, others are striking in the richness of greenery, while others bring a smile with a bizarre curl.
The growth rate of asparagus is manifested not only in the rapid transformation of a small shoot into a full-fledged leaf, but also in the ability to release more than 2 branches per week in the stage of active growth.
Possibilities of using asparagus
- as elegant green accents and lively bouquets;
- in ampels;
- in solo parts;
- as a backing partner for exquisite flowering species.
Required conditions for asparagus: bright location and moderately warm temperatures.
Features of caring for asparagus: cool wintering, abundant watering, rare feeding.
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