Pristine White, Long-Blooming FlowersBuzz Ivory Butterfly Bush, Buddleja hybrida ‘Buzz Ivory’ , is an ornamental shrub with particular appeal to pollinators and a dwarf size. Plant a few of these lively shrubs in all of those small spaces where you can use a reliable splash of color all summer long…and even into fall. From May until the first frost, this amazing Butterfly Bush will adorn your landscape with clusters of delicate, ivory blossoms. The long spikes of blooms extend up and out from the bush in a gently cascading fashion, creating the type of dramatic display that is sure to stop you in your tracks when you witness its exceptional beauty. Buddleja Buzz Ivory also possess’ a scintillating fragrance to draw you in for an even closer look. Standing next to this lovely bush is an enchanting experience as the butterflies flutter about and the hummingbirds buzz by on their way in for a tasty treat. Named a “Butterfly Bush” for its tremendous allure to butterflies and other pollinators, Buzz Ivory will also delight your human guests with its delicious fragrance outdoors, and even indoors when used as a cut flower for your kitchen table. Buzz Buzz Butterfly Bush will grow 3 to 5 feet in height with a slightly smaller width. It has an upright habit and semi-bushy nature. Buzz Ivory is a shorter plant than other varieties and has a more compact nature. The strong branches do an excellent job of holding the immense flowers upright and the bush is prolific, often producing flowers already in the first year. Buzz Ivory is adaptable to a variety of conditions and does well with pruning so you can shape it if you so desire. Buzz Ivory Butterfly Bush is obviously an outstanding choice for someone who loves Butterfly Bushes but has simply never had the space for one. This dwarf variety will fit in almost anywhere and provide delicate form and fragrance for your home. What an amazingly easy-to-own, and gorgeous plant for your yard this summer! * Fragrant, white flowers * Adaptable to a variety of conditions * Works well in containers * Drought tolerant * Works as a cut flower.
Fragrant Pink Peacock Attracts ButterfliesThe Butterfly Bush Peacock, ‘Buddleia ‘Peacock’, a Proven Winners selection, is a new cultivar that will not crowd its neighbors in your garden.They are about one third the sizes of most Butterfly Bush varieties, maturing to 4′-5′ with a spread olf 4′-5′. The butterflies and hummingbirds still love them.Fragrant Pink Peacock Butterfly, also known as English Butterfly(TM), are extra bushy and are loaded with colorful flowers. The pink flowers are good sized and have that delightful fragrance.This plant is perfect for smaller gardens and the mixed border. They can also be used as container plants in milder climates.Treat this plant as a perennial in cold climates and cut it back in the late fall or early spring. The Peacock exhibits deer resistance.* Spikes of Fragrant Pink Flowers* Blooms All Summer* Attracts Butterflies and Hummingbirds* Heat Tolerant* Drought Tolerant * Deer Resistant .
White Flowers and Fast GrowingImagine a fast-growing shrub that is so sweet and fragrant, it’s commonly called a “butterfly bush”. Miss Pearl Butterfly Bush is an outstanding variety of these amazing low-maintenance bushes, beloved for its east of care and beautiful display. With Miss Pearl, Buddleia x ‘Miss Pearl’, you can count on a reliable shrub in spring, with dark green foliage providing a vibrant presence in your yard. By late summer, when your other flowering plants are completing their show, your Miss Pearl Butterfly Bush will burst forth in long, narrow clusters of white blossoms. The pristine flowers shoot up above the foliage to sway in the breeze and attract pollinators with their delicious scent. The fabulous show persists into fall until your Miss Pearl Butterfly Bush conveniently dies back to the ground for a tidy winter appearance in your yard and well-deserved winters rest.Your Miss Pearl Butterfly Bush is a deciduous, ornamental shrub that will grow up to 5 feet tall with an equal spread. It has a semi-compact nature and is both drought and heat tolerant. Miss Pearl looks perfect in a mixed border or butterfly garden, but will even do well in containers on your patio. En Masse, or single, Miss Pearl always demands to be the center of attention!Developed for the “miss series”, Miss Pearl features white flowers and a more manageable height, shape and a non-invasive habit than some other butterfly bushes. With so much to offer it’s difficult to find a reason to not plant a Miss Pearl Butterfly Bush this year!* White, fragrant flowers* Fast growing* Non-invasive* Heat and drought tolerant.
Gorgeous Color and Wonderful FragranceMiss 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 .
The Butterfly Bush Asian Moon Sterile, Buddleia davidii ‘Asian Moon’, is a wonderful new butterfly bush that is not invasive. This butterfly bush attracts a profusion of butterflies all season long, and since the seeds of these flowers are sterile, the plant has a longer bloom time and is not invasive. It stands out in any sunny landscape because of its symmetrical, rounded habit and stunning purple flowers. This fast growing plant will require some pruning to keep it looking fresh each spring. Cutting the bush back to half its size in July will not only control its growth, but will encourage reblooming too. Newly planted butterfly bushes need 1 inch of rain or supplemental irrigation each week for the first month. Once it has reached maturity, the Asian Moon butterfly bush is drought-tolerant and requires less water. Plant this stunning plant to add color; use as a specimen, accent, or it can be planted near water gardens or ponds!.
Full-sized flowers on a pint-sized plant!Butterfly Bushes are some of the most loved garden plants in modern gardens, and not just by gardeners, but by hummingbirds, bees and, of course, butterflies. Problem is that these plants can get to be pretty huge. Six feet tall and just as wide is pretty common. That alone will often take them out of the running for smaller, urban gardens.Until now!The Pugster line of buddleia that was developed by Proven Winners are bred to be naturally dwarf. They only get 2 feet tall and wide. This means that they can fit anywhere in any-sized garden.That is all well and good, but do you have to compromise flower size to get smaller bush size? We are happy to report that the answer is no! These little beauties pump out full-sized panicles of honey-scented blooms all summer and into the fall just like their big brothers. (And like all Proven Winners buddleias it doesn’t require deadheading to keep blooming all season for you!) You’ll have plenty for cutting to bring inside and still have tons left to invite your pollinator friends over for a visit.Pugster Periwinkle (Buddleia x ‘SMNBDO’) is a gorgeous shade of soft, true lavender, but don’t let the soft color fool you. This is a tough plant with thick, strong stems that can handle even the coldest of zone 5 winters far better than most other dwarf plants. Order your Pugster Periwinkle Butterfly Bushes from us today. Don’t wait until we sell out!* Full sized, honey scented lavender flowers * True dwarf at only 2’ tall* Full sun* Great in the garden or containers.
Butterfly Bush Santana, Buddleia ‘Santana’ PP#12,383, is a delightful new butterfly bush with bright variegated foliage! The dark green leaves are surrounded by a neat bright yellow margin, which makes a wonderful accent for the purple-red flowers. ‘Santana’ PP#12,383 is long blooming, but looks great even when not in bloom! Butterflies and hummingbirds delight in its sweet fragrance! This deciduous bush blooms mid-summer to early fall. Butterflies and bees will flock to the honey-scented blossoms, whose dilute nectar is sweetest in midday sun. 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 to the ground in spring..
Big true-blue flowers on a space-saving plant!Pugster Blue (Buddleia x ‘SMNBDBT’) is a totally new look in butterfly bushes! If you love butterflies in the garden then these pollinator magnets are going to be the biggest little thing to hit your garden this year. Proven Winners has developed a new line of buddleia that are true space-savers. Pugster only gets 2’ tall and wide which makes it just right for beds, borders and containers. All they ask for is full sun and steady water!But do you want to know the best thing? Even though the plants are small, the flowers aren’t! Pugster Blue is covered with full-sized panicles that are the same size as bigger butterfly bushes and that have the same honey-sweet scent. And do you want to know the second best thing? There is no deadheading required to keep them blooming all summer for you! Go ahead and cut all of the flowers you want – .you’ll still have plenty left to please the legions of butterflies, hummingbirds and bees that are coming to visit!Pugster Blue flowers are a bright true sky-blue with a tiny pop of orange in the center of each individual bloom. You can’t help but stop and look! Its beauty might make it seem fragile, but this is one tough plant! It laughs at even the coldest zone 5 winter.Add some color and motion to your garden this year and order your Pugster Blue Butterfly Bushes from us today! Don’t wait. These will go fast!* Full sized true-blue honey scented flowers * True dwarf at only 2’ tall* No deadheading required* Great in the garden or containers.
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.
Violet Flowers Irresistible to ButterfliesLong-blooming, fast-growing, drought tolerant, non-invasive, deer resistant…the list goes on and on! Miss Violet Butterfly Bush seems to have it all as a hardy perennial shrub, but then consider the addition of brilliant, fragrant blooms and you have a plant that is nothing short of amazing!Miss Violet, Buddleia x ‘Miss Violet’, is a butterfly bush variety with long, clustered spikes of violet blossoms that reach out above the dark green foliage in late summer and continue their show into fall. The irresistible fragrance and color acts like a beacon to pollinators, including the butterflies that will hasten to your yard in droves to partake of Miss Violet’s delicious nectar.Your Miss Violet Butterfly Bush is a deciduous, ornamental shrub that will grow up to 5 feet in height with an equal spread. It has an upright habit and semi-compact nature. Miss Violet would be perfect for a wildlife garden but is certainly a welcome addition to any spot where you can sit back and witness the floral show and pollinator-heaven it creates.Butterfly Bushes have always been beloved by gardeners, with worries about invasiveness seeming to be the only significant downside. The “miss series” removes this concern, providing you with options (such as Miss Violet), that can provide all the wonderful features you want in a butterfly bush, but in a non-invasive variety. Plant a Miss Violet Butterfly Bush today and begin to reap the rewards of this amazing selection.* Long-blooming & fragrant* Deer & rabbit resistant* Drought, heat and humidity tolerant* Works well as a cut flower.
Magical Shrub that Attracts ButterfliesButterfly Magic is a deciduous shrub with fabulous blooms that are a strong attraction to butterflies. Plant several of these near a window or porch where you’re sure to have a clear view of its stunning summer performance.Butterfly bushes are truly amazing. Butterflies flock to them in droves to enjoy the incredible nectar they provide, and your Butterfly Magic is no exception. This plant seems to posses some magic lure that butterflies can’t resist. It radiates with color from the bright blooms but also emits a particularly sweet scent that is irresistible to butterflies.At times butterflies will literally cover your shrub in their excitement! Hummingbirds and other pollinators will join in on the fun too, until you won’t know what to admire more, your many winged visitors or your magnificent flowers.Your Butterfly Magic has an elegant vase-shape, shooting up into the air and spilling forth with riotous blooms of lavender, pink and white every summer. The mix of color is like having three plants in one! Each “flower” is actually a long cluster consisting of innumerable individual blossoms heavy with both fragrance and color.All in all, your Butterfly Magic is a tough plant, able to thrive in many soil types and environmental conditions. In colder climates it will die back to the ground in winter, and it doesn’t mind a little pruning if need be.Butterfly Magic will offer a last gasp of color in the fall when its foliage transforms to a delightful yellow. The magic of a Butterfly Bush has to be seen to be believed, and what better way to accomplish that than to plant Butterfly Magic in your yard today.*Strong Attractor of Butterflies *Spectacular Summer Flowers *Fragrant *Hardy.
The Butterfly Bush ‘Honeycomb’, Buddleia ‘Honeycomb’, is a beautiful yellowing flowering variety of butterfly bush. This bush flowers summer and fall and is easy to grow. 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 that pass through your garden seeking nectar.This deciduous bush blooms mid-summer to early fall. Butterflies and bees will flock to the honey-scented blossoms, whose dilute nectar is sweetest in midday sun. 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 to the ground in spring..
The Butterfly Bush Tricolor, ‘Buddleia davidii ‘Tricolor’, produces an explosion of color that erupts in the summer landscape with this combination of bright pink, claret purple and pure white flower spikes on a plant reaching 5 to 10 feet high. This bush flowers summer and fall and is easy to grow. 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 that pass through your garden seeking nectar. This deciduous bush blooms mid-summer to early fall. Butterflies and bees will flock to the honey-scented blossoms, whose dilute nectar is sweetest in midday sun. 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 can be pruned back to the ground in spring..
The Butterfly Bush ‘White Bouquet’, Buddleia ‘White Bouquet’, has fragrant, white flower panicles 8-12″ long form on this somewhat compact growing butterfly bush. It is a vigorous growing shrub that boasts white flowers from mid-summer and is a butterfly magnet. This bush flowers summer and fall and is easy to grow. 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 that pass through your garden seeking nectar.This deciduous bush blooms mid-summer to early fall. Butterflies and bees will flock to the honey-scented blossoms, whose dilute nectar is sweetest in midday sun. 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 to the ground in spring..
Summer Rose Butterfly Bush, Buddleia davidii ‘Summer Rose’, is sometimes called the “Summer Lilac”. Vigorous, yet compact habit. Large, fragrant mauve-rose flower spikes from July to Sept. Tiny individual mauve-rose flowers are produced in profusion in long, dense trusses. It is more compactly leafed than most Butterfly Bush varieties. In northern areas it dies back in winter, so trim to 6-10″ in spring. It is crown hardy in zone 5, a good cut flower, and attracts butterflies. Butterfly bushes prefer full sun and must receive eight or more hours of sun a day to thrive and get the best blooms. Cut faded flowers off of bush regularly to keep it blooming throughout the summer. It is easily maintained at four to six feet in height, and five feet wide, if it is hard-pruned annually. Summer Rose does not require much watering once it is established..