Pistacia plants are shrubs and small trees of about five to fifteen meters high and belong to the cashew nut family. There are about twenty species, mainly found in warm and semi-desert areas in Africa and parts of Africa, and South Europe.
Pistacia is cut in nature. After the product has been cut, it is placed in water as soon as possible after processing in forests, preferably in a cold room. Once sufficient water has been absorbed, the product can be shipped dry.
In Europe, pistacia is mainly used as a filler in a bunch of flowers because of its beautiful branches. Pistacia is also used in flower arrangements and arrangements. Greenery in a vase or arrangement creates a green paradise at home.