Asparagus transvaalensis is a very hardy, evergreen, stiff shrubby Asparagus with short fine, feathery foliage and silvery branchlets.
It has a myriad of tiny white, nectar rich flowers in spring and summer that are exceptionally fragrant and attract insects and birds.
It then bears attractive black berries that also attract birds to the garden. It is a very useful plant for a security hedge as it is very spiny.
It grows in sun or shade and in all types of soil except water logged soils.
Size Up to 1m