Gorgeous Color and Wonderful Fragrance Miss Molly Butterfly Bush, Buddleia davidii ‘Miss Molly’, becomes the centerpiece of any bed or border! Miss Molly has a gorgeous color and wonderful fragrance — butterflies and hummingbirds stop often to visit. It is tall and mighty and has a very long bloom time, making it a great addition to butterfly gardens or even as a landscape plant. Miss Molly Butterfly Bush exhibits its sangria-red flowers on a mounded bushy plant and blooms in late summer until the first hard frost. This compact plant is smaller than some of the other buddleia varieties, and its distinctive flower color makes late summer gardens pop! Its full, bushy branching habit supports more flower heads. The Miss Molly Butterfly Bush will die to the ground and grow again in spring. The plant flowers on new growth, indicating it should be pruned in early spring. Leaves appear in late spring and remains late in fall. * Attracts Hummingbirds* Blooms Summer Through Fall* Drought Tolerant* Fast Growing .
Butterflies Love Horizontal Shrub Buddleia Purple Haze Lo and Behold, Buddleia x ‘Purple Haze Lo and Behold’, creates an explosion of fragrant purple-blue flowers from summer to fall! Purple Haze is a dwarf variety that has a horizontal, low spreading, non invasive habit. Its compact size is perfect for smaller gardens and mixed borders–gardeners with limited space can attract butterflies and hummingbirds! It will mature to 2′-3′ high with a width of 4′-5′ in full sun. It is excellent for use as a ground covering plant because it flows outward and downward. Heat and drought tolerant, Purple Haze needs no deadheading and little maintenance. When planted in mass, Purple Haze puts on a great show with its colorful flowers and deep green leaves. Leaves appear in late spring and remains late in fall and it will die to the ground and grow again in spring. The plant flowers on new growth, indicating it should be pruned in spring. * Purple Blue Flowers* Horizontal Growth* Attracts Butterflies and Hummingbirds.
15-Inch Floral Brilliance Summer to Fall Pink Delight Butterfly Bush is a deciduous shrub with superb ornamental features. Plant one as a focal point for your front yard. You could also use several in a side yard where its flowers can dress up your summer/fall landscape (at a time when fewer flowers are in bloom). The outstanding feature of your Pink Delight Butterfly Bush is its amazing flowers. Every June (and well into autumn), the tiny, deep-pink blossoms cluster along 15-inch, conical protuberances of floral brilliance. This miracle of nature is repeated throughout the grey-hued, green foliage amid the elegantly arching branches. As if the beauty of your flowers weren’t enough, the fragrance of the blossoms is every bit as enticing as their appearance! A scintillating addition to your yard, and strong lure to pollinators, your Pink Delight’s scent will create a captivating experiencing. The dilute nectar is sweetest in the midday sun, when the honey-scented blossoms are simply irresistible. Pink Delight Butterfly Bush will grow up to six feet in height with an equal spread. It’s a hardy bush, with no insect or disease issues to cause you concern. Pink Delight is a vigorous shrub, and a magnet to any pollinator passing near your yard. It’s generally hardy and quite easy to grow. You’re sure to be “delighted” with your Pink Delight Butterfly Bush, and eagerly await its stupendous bloom every summer. In fact, only your yard’s butterflies, bees and hummingbirds will value your Pink Delight more! * Spectacular, long-blooming flowers * Wildlife appeal * Deep color * Hardy.
Long Blooming, Multi-Color Butterfly Bush Butterfly Bush – BiColor, Buddleia x weyeriana ‘Bicolor’, is the first Butterfly Bush to feature multiple colors on each bloom! It is an intensely fragrant, long-blooming Butterfly Bush with profuse yellow and lavender blooms–amazing lavender in bud, opening to peachy-pink with a yellow cast as it ages. Dazzle all your neighbors and your butterflies with this unique new butterfly bush that blooms from July until fall. The panicles grow up to 10 inches long and show up well against the clean grey-green foliage. BiColor Butterfly Bush has a compact growth habit, is a deciduous bush, and blooms mid-summer until fall. It provides valuable summer and early fall flowers when few other shrubs are in bloom. Beautiful grown in massed plantings, in borders, cottage gardens, rose gardens or butterfly gardens. Plant it near a path or patio and the shrub will provide a delightful fragrance for you, too. It’s generally pest-free. This plant blooms on new growth and should be pruned back in spring. * Multi-Colored Blooms* Long Blooming* Butterflies, Butterflies, and more Butterflies! .
Brilliant Tri-Color Blooms for Months Fourth of July Butterfly Bush, Buddleia davidii ‘Grefoj’, also known as Tri-Colored Butterfly Bush, is a fast growing ornamental shrub with particular appeal to pollinators and a repeating, tri-color bloom. Plant one for a one-of-a-kind focal point in your front yard, or use a few along your garage for the most amazing hedge your neighbors will ever see. Just like a firecracker, Fourth of July Butterfly Bush will explode with color in your landscape every year! The dazzling display of not just one, but three colors, will be a head-turning sight friends and neighbors are sure to notice. Long spikes of clustered blossoms will reach above your Fourth of July in mid-summer and repeat their stunning bloom of white, pink and purple flowers well into autumn. The brilliant color and enticing fragrance are an irresistible lure to hummingbirds, bees…and especially butterflies. In fact, your Tri-Colored Butterfly Bush may be so covered in butterflies, that at times you’ll wonder where the bush ends and the butterflies begin! Fourth of July Butterfly Bush will grow up to 8 feet in height with a 7 foot spread. It has an upright form, is easy to grow and requires minimal maintenance. If you prefer a clean winter landscape, your Fourth of July can even be cut back to the ground with no problem. Fourth of July Butterfly Bush is a fast and vigorous growing shrub, sure to bring its grace and beauty to your yard in no time at all. For butterflies, beauty and more…plant a Fourth of July Butterfly Bush today! * Brilliant flowers * Repeat bloom * Drought tolerant * Fast growing * Terrific as cut flower * Deer and rabbit resistant.
Brilliant Blooms that Attract Butterflies Miss Ruby Butterfly Bush is an ornamental shrub with particular allure to butterflies. Plant one near a path or patio where its vivid color and enticing fragrance is sure to delight you throughout the summer. Your Miss Ruby Butterfly Bush is sure to astound you with its brilliant floral display and seemingly magical allure to pollinators. You’ll enjoy the spikes of hot pink flower clusters that adorn your Miss Ruby mid-summer and persist until the first frost. Many feel that the bright color this Miss Ruby variety presents is the most vibrant of any Butterfly Bush available today. The delicious nectar the blooms produce, sweetened in the midday sun, creates a tempting call to hummingbirds, butterflies and bees…giving the “Butterfly Bush” its name. At times your Butterfly Bush will be so covered with butterflies that the foliage will seem to be alive with movement! Even without the magnificent flowers, Miss Ruby presents a full, lush appearance for your landscape, its elliptic, grey-green leaves a lovely accompaniment to the dazzling blooms. Miss Ruby Butterfly Bush is a deciduous, well-branched bush that will grow to about 3 feet in height. In northern climates it will die back to the ground for winter, but it can also be easily pruned. Deadheading during the summer can increase your blooms, but isn’t necessary. Miss Ruby has no significant disease or insect issues, and both rabbits and deer tend to pass it by. For consistent blooms of high quality, and an abundance of color for your landscape, you can’t go wrong with Miss Ruby. Once you plant one of these superior bushes in your yard, it won’t be long before it’s just as popular with you as it is with your butterflies and other pollinators. * Brilliant blooms * Fragrant * Hardy * Wildlife interest* Drought Tolerant* Attracts Butterflies & Hummingbirds .
Lilac Color June through Fall Nanho Purple Butterfly Bush, Buddleia davidii ‘Nanho Purple’, is a deciduous shrub with ornamental features. A few of these would make a spectacular hedge for your landscape. If you have a place where fall flowers are lacking, Nanho would also be a great choice to fill in that spot with some late-season color. Your Nanho Purple Butterfly Bush will astound you each June when its petite, lavender flowers appear. The delicate blossoms cluster in long spikes of up to six inches long! The fragrant blooms amid the grey-tinted, green foliage will be a strong lure to pollinators, and just as the name suggests, especially attractive to your butterflies. In fact, sometimes Butterfly Bushes in bloom are so covered with butterflies that the entire shrub seems to vibrate with their excitement! As if this incredible, floral display wasn’t enough, your Nanho will continue to put on its fascinating show throughout summer and sometimes even up until the first frost. Nanho Purple Butterfly Bush will grow up to 5-feet tall with an equal spread. It has a graceful, arching habit and no significant disease or insect issues. Nanho can be left to grow naturally or pruned as desired. It’s a vigorous grower and generally hardy. If you love lilacs, but bemoan their short bloom period, Nanho Purple Butterfly Bush is for you. Why not let this “Summer Lilac” extend your enjoyment of fragrant, lavender flowers well into fall this year! * Fragrant, lavender flowers * Long bloom period * Fast growing* Thrives in full sun.
Butterfly Magnet with Purple Flowers Black Knight Butterfly Bush, Buddelia davidii ‘Black Knight’, is an ornamental shrub that is particularly attractive to butterflies. Planting a few in your front yard will ensure a spectacular floral display and impressive gathering of summertime winged visitors. Plant one near a path or patio and you can enjoy its sweet fragrance too. With a name like Butterfly Bush you might expect a plant to be attractive to butterflies. However this lovely shrub is like a magnet for every butterfly that passes through your garden seeking nectar! The afternoon will bring the best views as the dilute nectar of the honey-scented blossoms is sweetest in midday sun, an irresistible lure to many pollinators. Your Black Knight Butterfly Bush is a vigorous growing deciduous shrub that boasts dark purple flowers from mid-summer into fall. It is easy to grow and generally pest-free. It blooms on new growth and should be pruned back to the ground in spring. If you love flowering shrubs with impressive flowers and the enchanting presence of butterflies in your yard, you can’t go wrong with this easy-to-care-for ornamental shrub. * Attractive to butterflies * Lovely flowers * Easy to care for * Sweet fragrance.
Magnificent Purple Blooms Purple Emperor Butterfly Bush is a newer cultivar of Butterfly Bush that won’t crowd out its neighbors in your garden. It’s most valued for its superior ornamental features that are particularly attractive to butterflies. The planting possibilities for this beautiful bush are endless. Hedges, rock gardens and borders are all excellent uses for your Purple Emperor. It will even do well as a container plant on your patio. Your Purple Emperor’s outstanding feature is of course its long-running, summer bloom. Ten-inch long clusters of delightful, mauve flowers blossom from June right up until the first frost. Elliptic, serrated green leaves (with a slight gloss), add an elegant accent to the willowy branches and bright blooms. The overall effect is stunning in any setting. Both the fragrance and appearance of your Purple Emperor is sure to draw both you and your yard’s pollinators with its exquisite attributes. Purple Emperor Butterfly Bush is a deciduous shrub that will grow to about 5 feet in height with an equal spread. If you’ve always thought you don’t have room for a Butterfly Bush, then Purple Emperor may be your answer. It is one of the newer Proven Winners selections, and much smaller than the typical Butterfly Bushes you’ll see. In fact, it’s about one-third the size of most Butterfly Bush varieties. Purple Emperor is rather hardy, with no significant disease or insect issues, so an easy plant to care for as well. Plant a Purple Emperor Butterfly Bush today and get ready for a low-maintenance plant with a multitude of ornamental and wildlife appeal. * Long-lasting, impressive blooms * Smaller size * Proven Winner selection * Deer Resistant* Fragrant Flower* Heat Tolerant* Drought Tolerant*Attracts Butterflies & Hummingbirds .