Italian or Israeli Ruscus what's the difference? They both boast of the same true strong green color and both are very hardy, making them easy to incorporate into your floral designs. The difference however is the shape of the leaves and laterals. Italian Ruscus is a slimmer, more wispy greenery and has multiple laterals on each stem. Popularly used in bridal bouquets, arches, and tablescapes, being that they can create everlasting coverage. Israeli Ruscus grown in the Americas has one stem that the leaves stem upwards and have a larger stem. Commonly used more as a filler greenery flower to add depth and texture. We have created this collection of Ruscus so you can see both the bulk bunches offered as well as some pre-made flower delights.