FALL, SPRING, SUMMER
Bupleurum griffithii is employed for its very decorative foliage, featuring unusual bracts from whence the lateral stems emanate. It also has tiny yellow terminal flowers. Inspect leaves and make sure they are free from defects, that stems and foliage are erect and turgid and that they are not yellowing. Stems should be cut cleanly and crisply and placed immediately into water. Any leaves that will be submerged should be removed. The stems should be cut and the flowers hydrated in a low sugar holding solution and then stored in the cooler.