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Species Plantarum

Bupleurum Fruticosum

Blossom period
June through September
Mediterranean Basin

Bupleurum fruticosum, also known as woody bupleurum or shrubby bupleurum, is an evergreen plant related to the carrot, well known to hill walkers in the south of France. Neglected in its native lands, just like the rockroses that fill the scrublands, this fearless plant is nevertheless one of the rare shrubs capable of flowering in midsummer in these heat-stricken landscapes. Withstands root competition well on the edge of pine or oak woods. Slightly fragrant yellow-green flowers.