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- Ruscus aculeatus (Butcher's Broom)
- Description. Ruscus aculeatus (butcher's broom) is a mem- .
- Florida/Holland/Israeli Ruscus Production and Use
- Circular 1268 (ENH844). Florida/Holland/Israeli Ruscus Production and Use. 1.
- # 1: Single Rose Bouquet: rose and ruscus tied with sheer ribbon
- 1: Single Rose Bouquet: rose and ruscus tied with sheer ribbon. Color options ( one color per bouquet): red, white, pink, yellow, peach, lavender or cream.
- _67263704___4__Press Release - Yesner Ruscus Arrival _FINAL_
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- Does this eye cream really reduce fine lines and dark circles?
- Rich in fatty acids, the oil is bolstered by vitamin B5 and Ruscus extracts that hydrate and nourish the delicate skin around the eye area.
- Nick Priestly creates a personalised floral centre-piece
- Nick suggests Eucalyptus, Ruscus and Roses) Soak the floral foam by allowing it to sink in deep water. Using a sharp knife cut one large piece of foam and place in the centre of the plastic container.
- Shady business: There are plenty of plants that will thrive away from sunlight
- Butcher's broom (Ruscus aculeatus) and poet's laurel (Danae racemosa) will steadily expand into covetous clumps from which stems can be cut without ruining the effect.
- Nell Nolan's Social Scene: Two deb parties are naturally New Orleans
- A design of peacock feathers and Italian ruscus adorned the top of the double-door entrance to the Japanese Room to suggest a shoji screen.
- Alternatively Speaking: Keeping the mosquitoes at bay
- The plant butcher's broom (Ruscus aculeatus), which is also known as knee holly, box holly, and sweet broom has a long history of traditional use for hemorrhoids and varicose veins.
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- Israeli Ruscus Green Filler Flower
- Israeli Ruscus Green Filler Flower. A fresh bulk green, Israeli Ruscus serves as wonderful decorative filler.
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