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Identify the indor plant

comments (2) January 28th, 2014 in gallery
YasirFarooq YasirFarooq, member
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Please identify the right one, the featherlike plant. Click the image to enlarge.

Please identify the right one, the featherlike plant.


This plant is beatiful & it is in my office. It lookd featherlike. PLease identify it & tell me how to grow it cus I want to grow it in my house too.

Thanks



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kat33ca writes: Asparagus plumosus- it can "climb" if given support and is used in floral industry a lot as filler with cut flowers Posted: 6:22 pm on February 8th
tntreeman writes: asparagus setaceus
Posted: 8:18 am on January 28th
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