The Asparagus Sprengeri is very commonly grown as an ornamental pot
plant,but it grows remarkebly well also in beds,provided there is
The stems and branches are longer than in the last mentioned
variety,and the appearence is very much more open.
The stems become drooping and the plants are therefore excellent in
pots kept in hanging baskets, or in througs where they can droop
over the sides.
It bears tiny white haevily scented flowers,followed by red berries.
If grown directly in the ground the stems are shorter and arch
outwards from the center of the plant,needing no support of any
Propagation is by seed or division.