Bulk Italian Ruscus
- Advance Notice: 1 WEEK
- One bunch of Italian Ruscus includes 10 stems.
About Bulk Italian Ruscus
The Italian Ruscus Greenery is characterised by having multiple laterals that are covered in green leaves that are pointed and shapely. This emerald greenery is a traditional foliage that lends a delicate and gentle touch to flower arrangements that are sweet and peaceful. The use of this adaptable greenery in your designs is a cost-effective way to make your creations go further. Each individual section of the branch can be cut off and used to make a boutonniere or a corsage. These unassuming leaves are the perfect complement to bouquets and arrangements in which the flowers take centre stage rather than an abundance of greenery. These striking stems are a great way to add height and lateral depth to your design, especially if your aesthetic is predominately green. They are also excellent choices for use as faux vines, arch pieces, and greenery garlands.
How to Care for Italian Ruscus:
- Each bunch of Italian Ruscus has five stems attached to it.
- Before being shipped, ruscus is frequently stored in a dry-packed state.
- Ruscus can be processed by first cutting the stems cleanly and then placing them in water that has been infused with flower food.
What is Italian ruscus?
The Israeli variety of Ruscus is related to its Italian counterpart; however, it is not as robust as its Italian relative and is somewhat shorter and more full-bodied. This ruscus works wonderfully as a filler for wedding arrangements and other styles of smaller arrangements. It’s also great for prom corsages and boutonnieres when it’s cut down into smaller pieces.
Where to buy Italian ruscus?
You can place an order for fresh Italian ruscus on our website for delivery or pickup, or you can give us a call and place your order. To ensure that the Italian ruscus arrives at its destination as fresh as possible, all deliveries are made during the night.
Where does Italian ruscus grow?
There are approximately seven distinct species of flowering plants that belong to the Ruscus genus. The name Ruscus comes from an ancient Latin phrase that literally translates to “prickly plants.” Butcher’s broom is the common name given to one of the more well-known species of this plant, which is known scientifically as Ruscus aculeatus. Plants of the ruscus genus are related to both lilies and asparagus, despite the fact that they share very few other characteristics with either of those plants. Ruscus plants can trace their ancestry back to a wide variety of places, including northern Africa, Asia, and Europe, depending on the species.
Ruscus is a desirable plant for use in landscaping due to the attractive winter colour it provides, which comes from its dark green leaves and bright red berries. It is suited to growing in the shade of wooded areas and brings a splash of colour to the woodland garden. Some varieties have a round and compact appearance, while others have an erect and somewhat taller appearance, and still others have a spreading appearance.
How many stems in a bunch of Italian ruscus?
If your event is on Saturday, we recommend scheduling your delivery for Wednesday. The number of stems in a bunch is determined by the weight of the bunch itself, and each bunch will typically have between 5-8 stems.
how to grow italian ruscus?
Ruscus, which is distantly related to the lily, thrives in partial or deep shade and virtually any type of soil as long as it is well-drained. It can be grown in USDA plant hardiness zones 7 through 9, which is suitable for most climates. Ruscus plants require little attention once they have become established. Even though Ruscus can survive periods of drought, its foliage develops a deeper colour and has a more appealing appearance when it receives supplemental irrigation on occasion, particularly when the temperature is high.