Identify please!

This was taken from a neighbors yard in La. many years ago.Like very wet areas,Do you know what the name of this plant is?
q identify please
q identify please, Here are tiny blooms
Here are tiny blooms.
q identify please, Here are the bottom of plants
Here are the bottom of plants!
q identify please, around water feature
around water feature.
  6 answers
  • Douglas Hunt Douglas Hunt on Aug 17, 2013
    It's very hard to tell what this plant actually looks like from the photo. Can you add a description? Does it bloom? Does it die back to the ground every year? How tall does it get?

  • Judith F Judith F on Aug 17, 2013
    It can get as tall as 5 ft. It dies back and then it will send up fronds, like some kind of fern.They are airy like asparagus fern, but different. They must bloom tiny blooms, because they get little green balls sometimes.My camera is kaput, bu will try again with kindle!Thank you!

  • Peg Peg on Aug 17, 2013
    This looks like one of the varieties of asparagus ferns, they come in different textures. And you said it grows small white flowers and green berries, very much like my asparagus fern which is an indoor plant in the winter here.

  • Judith F Judith F on Aug 17, 2013
    I am not aware of but just one kind of asparagus fern.

  • April E April E on Aug 18, 2013
    it is a asparagus macowanii "ming fern". there are many asparagus ferns the most common being asparagus springerii, Asparagus setaceus "plumose fern", and asparagus densiflorus 'meyersii' otherwise known as foxtail fern. but there are 27 distinct varieties of asparagus fern. all of them beautiful in its own way

  • Judith F Judith F on Aug 18, 2013
    Thank you April!!Ming Fern!!Good name and a great lesson in Ferns!