Asparagus falcatus is a vigorous, subtropical foliage plant. This robust evergreen has attractive, long sickle-shaped leaves and woody stems with thorns. The leaves are shiny, dark green and broader than other asparagus. It can be used as a texture-adding pot plant for shady to semi-shady areas indoors and for cut foliage production. A. falcatus is native to subtropical parts of South Africa and Mozambique, where it grows as an climbing shrub in shady spots and forests. Asparagus falcatus is commonly known as Large forest asparagus or Sicklethorn. Other internationally common names for Asparagus falcatus are: Yellowwood asparagus, Imblekazana or Doringtou. Evanthia has Asparagus falcatus starting material available, as seed and young plants from seed. Seeds are available from December to April and from June to August. A. falcatus young plants are available from February to October. Ask our team for the Asparagus falcatus cultivation manual for commercial production. Check out all Asparagus in the Evanthia range.
Robust plant with vigorous growth
Dark green, sickle-shaped leaves
Can be used as houseplant and cut foliage
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Botanical name:Asparagus falcatus
Common name:Large forest asparagus; Sickle thorn; Yellowwood asparagus, Imblekazana or Doringtou