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Buddleia-butterfly-bush, the butterfly bush (buddleia davidii) is a beautiful, fast-growing, deciduous shrub with masses of blossoms—long, spiked trusses—that bloom from summer to autumn. its flowers come in many colors, though butterflies seem to prefer the lavender-pink (mauve) of the species to the white and dark purple cultivars.. With a name like butterfly bush, you might expect a plant to be attractive to butterflies. in fact, it's more than attractive; it's a magnet for all the butterflies who pass through your garden seeking nectar. many butterfly gardeners plan their garden around buddleia (pronounced bud-lee-ah), a genus that includes over 100 species and cultivars., buddleia are a great addition to almost any garden, attracting butterflies, hummingbirds, and beneficial pollinators in droves. commonly called "butterfly bushes," buddleia are large, dense bushes featuring big, majestic flower spikes that bloom in intense hues of pink, orange, red, and purple throughout the summer..

Buddleia (butterfly bush) butterfly bushes prefer full sun and while they are drought tolerant, slightly moist soils produce the happiest plants. in addition to the eponymous butterflies, they also attract hummingbirds. check out our quick guide on how to care for buddleia, "butterfly bush" is the common name for the buddleia species of flowering shrub, and it is the perfect plant to compliment the annual and perennial flowers in your butterfly garden. new cultivars are available in a variety of colors with blooms ranging from deep purple and bright fuchsia to flowers of creamy yellow and white..

Buddleja (butterfly bushes) are evergreen or deciduous shrubs with gracefully arching branches, studded with lance-shaped leaves and sweetly scented, elongated flower panicles. blooming from mid summer through early fall and sometimes to first frost, the eye-catching flowers are favored by butterflies and provide late summer to fall flowers when few other shrubs are in bloom., ‘miss molly’ is a popular non-invasive butterfly bush. photo by: rock giguère / millette photomedia. to plant or not to plant has been the question surrounding butterfly bush ( buddleia or buddleja davidii) for years. its many blossoms, although irresistible to butterflies, can lead to aggressive re-seeding..

Butterfly bushes (buddleia davidii) are grown for their long panicles of colorful flowers and their ability to attract butterflies and beneficial insects. they bloom in spring and summer, but the naturally attractive shape of the shrub and evergreen foliage keep the bush interesting, even when it is not in bloom., whiteway/getty butterfly bush is an invasive plant, meaning it crowds out beneficial plants that have naturally grown in your community for centuries. this species originally from asia readily....

Please choose a rating. new national plant network 2.5 qt. buddleia 3-in-1 flowering shrub with red, white and purple flowers.