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Adding a unique delicate, feathery texture to cut flower arrangements, Bupleurum is actually an herb and closely related to dill and fennel.
Grown since ancient times, it makes a beautiful addition to any bouquet!
Originating in Central Asia, Bupleurum has been used for thousands of years for a range of medical condition remedies. Conditions that Bupleurum has been used to treat including issues stemming from respiratory infections, fevers, and digestive problems.
A popular choice with gardeners, it is an easy-to-grow addition to any cut flower garden. A member of the Apiaceae family, the genus is composed of about 200 species of herbaceous perennials and woody shrubs.
Its genus name comes from the Greek “boupleurs”, which means oxen rib. In Chinese medicine, it is called Bupleurum “chai hu” – this translates over to kindling of the barbarians.
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Floral designers like to use Bupleurum since it adds a charming look and fun texture to flower arrangements.