3 to reach maturity
This plant has no fragrance
striped mathiasella Overview
Mathiasella bupleuroides is a decidous plant native to Mexico, undiscovered until 1954. It was named in honour of the Californian plantswoman, Mildred Mathias. The species name 'bupleuroides' means it resembles the genus 'Bupleurum', but its umbeliferus flower heads with nodding bracts look more like that of a Hellebore.
Common problems with striped mathiasella
Generally pest & disease free.
How to propagate striped mathiasella
Divide large clumps in spring. Plant divided clumps outside or pot up smaller divisions.
Collect seeds during summer and sow in the following spring.