butcher's broom


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butch·er's broom

(bo͝och′ərz)
n.
An evergreen shrub (Ruscus aculeatus) native to Europe and the Mediterranean region, having leaflike stems, greenish flowers, and usually red berries.
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Noun1.butcher's broom - shrub with stiff flattened stems resembling leaves (cladophylls)butcher's broom - shrub with stiff flattened stems resembling leaves (cladophylls); used for making brooms
genus Ruscus, Ruscus - a genus of European evergreen shrubs; sometimes placed in family Asparagaceae
bush, shrub - a low woody perennial plant usually having several major stems
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They do well planted under cultivated shrubs and trees such as butcher's broom (Ruscus aculeatus), an evergreen with red berries, variegated holly or even sorbus and hawthorn.
At last the Midnight recovery eye cream comprises Butcher's Broom, which enhances microcirculation and decreases inflammation to calm skin and lessen puffiness.
Llun o'r gelynnen Fair (Ruscus aculeatus; butcher's broom neu thorny broom) ydi o, ac mae nifer o enwau Cymraeg eraill ar y llwyn hwn gan gynnwys celyn Ffrainc, celyn Gwent, celyn y wrach, eurfanadl, llysiau'r giau, gewynllys a'r goron ddrain.
Beautiful Legs combines the scientifically researched flavonoid diosmin with other support nutrients, such as grape seed extract, butcher's broom, horse chestnut and resveratrol, to provide comprehensive support for healthy leg veins and tone.
Inspired by historic secret walled gardens of London, the lead English ingredients of pettigree - also known as butcher's broom - and rosemary reinforce Molton Brown's British heritage.
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