Butcher's Broom - Ruscus aculeatus
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Economy or Premium SelectionEconomy - rooted into its pot but a further season before moving up a pot size.
Premium - more growth in its pot. More mature than Economy
This low growing spiky native evergreen plant is great for those places of deep shade in between tree roots etc where sometimes little grows. Ruscus will slowly form a low bush. The bright red berries are born when both male and female plants are present. The common name for Butcher's Broom comes from the time when butchers used it for scrubbing their blocks and using the very hard spiky leaves to repel rats and mice. In modern times Butcher's Broom can be used as a herbal aid to enhance blood flow to the brain, legs and hands.When quality is important use superior English Grown stock. All our plants are English grown English provenance stock.We also grow Butcher's Broom large specimen shrubs, please contact us for details.
|Picture||Pot/ Plant Size||Description||Planting Density ||Price Each|
|9cm Pot Grown Plant||Our smallest size for budget planting||Recommend 3 plants per metre (Single row) ||£4.25|
|3L Pot Grown Plant||Large Garden Centre size plants.||Recommend 3 plants per metre (Single row)||£12.50|
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