Asparagus ferns are very adaptable and will grow in full sun to shade. I move mine around quite often and for now I have it on my wrought iron patio table. Mine is doing very well where it is and is shaded by a Water Oak tree in my back yard for the warmer months. When it gets cool outside, I can bring inside and place near any window for morning sun.
I bought my fern at a local nursery and replanted it in one of my favorite urns.
I also wanted to take a photo of my fern near my garage on my "favorite blue" bistro chair.
Asparagus ferns will grow in nearly any soil and will thrive in both moist and dry conditions. They flourish in the hottest summer heat. You can also trim them in the spring for abundance in growth.
Asparagus ferns are among the most drought-tolerant plants we use in containers, which is a real advantage since containers can dry out so quickly. The secret to their drought tolerance is in the white tuberous structures attached to their roots. These structures store water to carry the plant through times of drought. You may see them when transplanting or repotting the plants.
I have also see Asparagus ferns in pots with other assorted plants, landscaping and even hanging pots on a porch.
So what is your favorite house plant?