Asparagus Falcatus is also known as Sicklethorn. It's a variety of asparagus fern with long sickle-like shiny green leaves. Although they are called a fern, they are actually a member of the lily family.
It is a vigorous climber with thorns on older, woody stems. It is really easy to look after and fast growing. Tiny white flowers may appear in late summer which sometimes develop into small, red berries. Asparagus Falcatus can be trained to grow up a pole and can reach a height of 3m unless pruned to required height.
This plant will be happiest in bright, indirect sunlight. Water when the soil starts to dry.
The pot size is 12cm and the plant is approximately 25cm tall.