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-s Asparagus belongs to the family Asparagaceae and has 300 species. It originates from South Africa. It does not require too much care, and brings natural freshnesto the space.


-Asparagus does not like direct sunlight, but a semi-shady or bright place, and if there is not enough light, the leaves will start to turn yellow and fall off. It thrives best when grown in a place where the branches can spread freely.

The ideal temperature is 16-23 degrees, and in winter it can withstand a temperature of 5 degrees. He likes fresh air, if he doesn't have that, in which case the leaves turn yellow. As for watering in the summer, it is best to water with lukewarm stagnant water every third day, the compost should always be moist, and the pot liner filled with water because the shoots will be nice, strong and lush. In winter, if the temperature is not strong in the room where the plant is located, then it is best to water once a week.

Pruning is necessary when the plant leaves thin sparse branches that are not very decorative. In this case, shorten with scissors to maintain the desired shape.


 - Transplanting is done in the spring when the roots start to sprout from the pot. Since it likes to be cramped, it should not be transplanted into a large pot. It is transplanted into loamy soil, which is sufficiently loose.


 -Reproduction is best done in the spring by dividing the roots and carefully separating two or three parts. Then, when you do that, you need to plant them in special pots. When dividing the plant, it is important to be careful to separate the part of the root that contains white tubers, which contain the necessary reserve food for young Asparagus.


 -If Asparagus is attacked by insects, you need to cut off the attacked branches.


 -Growing this plant is not recommended for pets, because it can be poisonous to small animals, dogs and cats.