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Bupleurum fruticosum - 2011


By Andrewr

Bupleurum fruticosum - 2011 (Bupleurum fruticosum)

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Rather like Euphorbia?

27 Jul, 2011


A similar colour flower to euphorbias but this is a shrub (about six to eight feet tall) with slightly grey-green leaves. I think the fiowers are pollinated by flies as there always swarms of them about when it is in bloom. I first saw it growing in an exposed garden in Northamptonshire and it has not been affected by the last two winters here so I assume it's pretty hardy

28 Jul, 2011


Very useful then.....

28 Jul, 2011


Lovely plant and a good picture...

30 Jul, 2011

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