Kaleidoscope-butterfly-bush, beautiful blooms of lavender, pink and tangerine orange will delight you (as well as hummingbirds and butterflies) from midsummer into fall! very easy to grow, despite heat, poor soil or drought! forms a shrub 6-8' tall and wide. in northern climates, it will die back to the ground in winter and return to its full height each spring.. The first butterfly bush to offer different colors on one panicle, this beautiful little shrub boasts masses of lavender, butterscotch-yellow and orange star-like blooms, blending together to form a striking color display. plant near a bench, window or walkway to enjoy the sweet, honey-scented fragrance from midsummer to fall., kaleidoscope butterfly bush boasts masses of lavender, butterscotch yellow, and orange star like blooms. the flowers blend together to form a striking color display. butterflies and hummingbirds can't resist the blooms. this is an evergreen in southern gardens..
Kaleidoscope butterfly bush is the first buddleia to offer multiple colors on 1 panicle. beautiful blooms of lavender, pink and tangerine-orange will delight you (as well as hummingbirds and butterflies) from midsummer into fall. it is very easy to grow, despite heat, poor soil or drought., the bi-color butterfly bush is a fast grower for your sunny garden. this sturdy stemmed plant will grow 6' to 8' in height making it a great screening plant. the beautiful flowers exhibit orange, golden yellow, raspberry and violet shades of color..
Bright, golden yellow variegation on medium green leaves along with brilliant red stems creates a striking kaleidoscope of color. a low, compact selection that works well as a foundation plant, low hedge, or for use in patio containers. plant en masse as a groundcover or for dramatic year-round color., butterfly bush (buddleja/buddleia) is a genus of hardy flowering plants that produce appealing fragrant flower heads known for attracting butterflies and other insects.despite being considered invasive by many ecologists, their striking appearance has helped them maintain their popularity in ornamental gardening.