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Propagation methods of Common asparagus fern

Written by Maggie

Dec 30 2020

Propagation methods of Common asparagus fern

There are three basic propagation methods of Common asparagus fern. It can be selected as suitable for cutting branches, cutting branches and leaves after they grow into the shape of a tumor, and then rooting by the soil cut into a cloth bag. Also can take out the seeds in April soak, then spread in the soil covered with soil mulch conservation, a month will take root and sprout. Or you can do plant splitting.

 Common asparagus fern

Cutting propagation methods of Common Asparagus fern

1. Branch selection and treatment

Select a leafy shoot on the parent plant of Common asparagus, carve a small patch of water moss over it for curing, and then snip it off when the tuberculous nodules develop. Then remove the excess branches on the branches, leaving 2 branches.

2. Cuttage maintenance

The treated branches of Common asparagus were cut directly into moist sand. The sand must be packed in a cloth bag and cut to a depth of about 2cm. The branches were then wrapped in a layer of moist gauze.Place it in a pot and cover it with soil. After a week of curing, the branches will take root.

Sowing propagation methods of Common asparagus fern

1. Collect and soak seeds

Common Asparagus fern could be planted and propagated. The seeds would be collected, washed, dried and stored until April. The seeds of Common asparagus were soaked in water prior to sowing and then dried and dried.

2. Sow and cultivate seedlings

The seeds are directly sown in sandy soil, and then covered with about 5cm of thin soil. Water the seeds and wet the soil thoroughly. The pot was then covered with plastic film, kept at a temperature of 25℃ or so, and a month later the Common asparagus seed took root and grew new buds.

 Common asparagus fern

Division propagation of Common asparagus fern

1. Plant preparation

As for the propagation of the Common asparagus fern, Common asparagus fern could also be divided into smaller plants by selecting a robust 2 to 3 year old plant and then removing it to clear the roots. So as to prevent damage to the roots, the survival rate of the smaller plants would be affected.

2. Planting and maintenance

The successful Common asparagus fern plants were planted directly into loose, breathable, fertile soil, gently compacted the roots, and watered until the soil soggy and stopped watering. After the seedlings do well for the temperature and light, water and fertilizer and other aspects of the maintenance.

 Common asparagus fern