Asparagus Asparagoides Smilax 'Bridal Creeper' Seeds
Asparagus Asparagoides Smilax 'Bridal Creeper' Seeds
Asparagus Asparagoides Smilax 'Bridal Creeper' Seeds
Asparagus Asparagoides Smilax 'Bridal Creeper' Seeds
Asparagus Asparagoides Smilax 'Bridal Creeper' Seeds
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Asparagus Asparagoides Smilax 'Bridal Creeper' Seeds

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1 brown packet of 20 Asparagus Asparagoides Smilax 'Bridal Creeper' Seeds (care guide included)

Asparagus Asparagoides 'Smilax'

(Find more info on germinating seeds by going to our seed guide)

 About the seeds:

difficulty

beginner | intermediate | advanced

germination time

21-28 days

depth

1/4”

spacing

2-4 seeds per 3" nursery pot

recommended planter

2"-4" nursery pot to start (no terra cotta)

time to maturity

~6 months

seed prep

pre-soak | scarification | stratification | none

method

greenhouse | paper towel method

temperature

70F - 85F


About the Plants:

description

fast-growing, lush, trailing plant

difficulty

beginner | intermediate | advanced

growth speed

slow | medium | fast

size of plant

12”-36” 

light

full sun | partial sun | shade | grow lights 

soil 

well-draining coconut coir/peat-based potting mix

temperature 

warm | cool

pet-friendly

cats | dogs | no

pests

spider mites, aphids, mealy bugs

fertilization

heavy | moderate | light

Extra tips or info: Asparagus ferns are easy plants to start from seed and to keep! Bridal Creeper in particular is very fast-growing, and for that reason it's recommended not to grow outside in the ground because it's considered an invasive species.

For the 2021 growing season.