Asparagus fern has minimum static when it is used together with Zero2.5 Plant Ionizers. Its feathery and light foliage also allow negative air ions to go further in the air.
The asparagus fern isn’t exactly a common houseplant, but with its feathery, light foliage, it's quite attractive and can be successfully grown indoors. The key to a robust asparagus fern is to keep the plant bushy and dense so its lace-like foliage forms an attractive mound.
It is especially effective at reducing levels of a number of common household VOCs, including benzene, toluene, octane, alpha-pinene and TCE.