Glitter ruscus is indispensable in the Christmas season. Find out more information about the sparkling cut flower here.
Botanical name: Ruscus aculeatus
Plant family: Asparagaceae (bot. Asparagaceae)
Occurrence: Mediterranean area and the Canary Islands
Another highlight is the glitter ruscus. Its sparkle is really breathtaking! The ruscus, also called butcher’s broom, belongs to the family of asparagus plants (Asparagaceae), to which 6 species belong. The Ruscus is an evergreen shrub and has leaf-like, widened, prickly-single short shoots on which, depending on the season, small white flowers and red berries sit. Butcher’s broom grows wild in the Mediterranean and the Canaries on dry, sunny slopes. The name butcher’s broom refers to its historical use in keeping mice out of supplies due to its prickly nature. The Ruscus was enchanted with glitter dust and makes your apartment sparkle.
Care tips for glitter ruscus
The glitter ruscus is very easy to care for and only needs a fresh cut when it arrives. If you want to enjoy it longer, it can easily be dried. All you have to do is take it out of the water and let it dry so that the stems don’t start to rot.
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