Dubai UAE zone 11... They grow very well in the heat and high humidity!
In this landscape there were many foxtail ferns mixed with evergreens, perennials and winter annuals that are just starting to bloom in January. The foxtail ferns add textural interest and color and form contrast. Red berries are just starting to develop on them.(San Antonio, Tx.)
asparagus densiflorus Myers in flowers
Foxtail Fern July 2005
Foxtail Fern 'Meyersii' (Asparagus densiflorus) foliage has a beautiful structure.
The Foxtail Fern 'Meyersii' (Asparagus densiflorus) very teensy flowers are so small that they are easily overlooked. Shown in early January after very warm weather.
This is currently residing outside, here in Wash. St.. Will have to bring it inside for the winter.
Just a really neat growing and easy plant...
An idea of what you can do in a container with this lovely plant - planted with Curcuma and Gaura...It such a nice shaped grower
This plant looks very attractive grown in a hanging basket..and is so easy to look after.. and will withstand some neglect.
Crazy Foxtail Ferns! I love them and they grow incredibly fast and large in Florida.
The long fronds of this plant truly do resemble a fox's tail... a fabulous textural addition to the garden in sun or shade.
Foxtail Fern flower - delicate white flowers
Foxtail Fern - growing for years in this pot - mature, young, and sprouting "stalks"
Variegated!!!! The Philadelphia Flower Show. Photo courtesy of Karl Gercens. Copyright Karl Gercens, an expert horticulturalist and plant enthusiast who gives lectures and classes around the USA as well as at Longwood Gardens. Conservatory Horticulturist at Longwood Gardens. Learn more about him and his love of all things horticulture at http://www.karlgercens.com/
In Colleen's Waihi garden, NZ
Photo courtesy of Karl Gercens. Copyright Karl Gercens. Conservatory Horticulturist at Longwood Gardens. http://www.karlgercens.com/
Copyright of, courtesy of David Feix, of David Feix Landscape Design in the East Bay and San Francisco Peninsula.