Asparagus Densiflorus Sprengeri is used in landscapes for its appealing, fine-finished and arching foliage. It can grow up to 1 to 4 feet tall , and spread about 3 to 4 feet, producing subtle leaves. To keep in shape, plants can be trimmed in to two feet in height. It is grown as container plant. When the roots of the plants develops completely and surround the pot fully, then take the plant out from the pot, split the roots and replant the portion of the plant. The remainder of the root ball can be transplanted in new pots. Plants like the well drained soil, and endures various soil types. It thrives in full sun or fractional shade. The frost ruins the leafage of Asparagus Fern, but the plant recovers quickly in favorable conditions.
Plants stem starts to develop right from the ground straightaway. Its woody stem bears the thorns, so be cautious when dealing with this specie. Plants produces the red , round shape berries. These berries contain seeds that germinate easily in moist soil. Birds tend to eat these berries, and its seeds reaches the landscapes, hence producing the new plants in the natural habitats. It ought to be noticed that the berries and stem sap of this species is poisonous. These species can endure little watering once established. It can tolerate the dry spells , but its development gets slower in drought conditions. Regular watering gives it a progressively powerful appearance. Disposing off older foliage in late-winter will help re-flush of lavish new development.