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Buddleia 'Miss Pearl'

Buddleia 'Miss Pearl' - PPAF

Common Name: Butterfly Bush

'Miss Pearl' is a compact variety with pure white, fragrant blooms. An abundance of flowers appear summer through fall and attract both butterflies and hummingbirds.


Buddleia 'Miss Violet'

Buddleia 'Miss Violet' - PPAF

Common Name: Butterfly Bush

'Miss Violet' is a prolific bloomer with vibrant, violet-purple flowers from summer into fall. A compact variety that works well in smaller gardens and as a container plant. 


Buddleia 'Prince Charming'

Buddleia 'Prince Charming' - PPAF

Common Name: Butterfly Bush

A new introduction from Walter's Gardens, Buddleia 'Prince Charming' is notable for its unique flower color. We can best describe it as stunning coral pink. It's an eyecatcher!


Buddleia Lo & Behold® 'Blue Chip Jr.'

Buddleia Lo & Behold® 'Blue Chip Jr.' - PPAF

Common Name: Butterfly Bush

'Blue Chip Jr.' is a smaller version of 'Blue Chip' and is known to be less brittle. Purple-blue sterile flowers from mid-summer to frost that don't require deadheading. 


Buddleia Lo & Behold® 'Blue Chip'

Buddleia Lo & Behold® 'Blue Chip' - PP19991

Common Name: Butterfly Bush

'Blue Chip' delivers all the wonders of the butterfly bush, but with a small form and a spectacular display. 'Blue Chip' will rarely need pruning, as it only reaches 3 feet. Fragrant purplish-blue blooms abound from mid-summer until the first frost.


Buddleia Lo & Behold® 'Ice Chip'

Buddleia Lo & Behold® 'Ice Chip' - PP24015

Common Name: Butterfly Bush

A dwarf, low-spreading flowering shrub that blooms continuously from summer to frost that is a seedless variety. The silvery-green foliage forms a nice backdrop to the white spiky flowers.  


Buddleia Lo & Behold® 'Pink Micro Chip'

Buddleia Lo & Behold® 'Pink Micro Chip' - PPAF

Common Name: Butterfly Bush

'Pink Micro Chip' is from the Lo & Behold® series bred for their very dwarf habit and profuse blooming. Pink flowers bloom continuously from early summer to frost and doesn't require deadheading. 


Buddleia Lo & Behold® 'Purple Haze'

Buddleia Lo & Behold® 'Purple Haze' - PP24514

Common Name: Butterfly Bush

Abundance of fragrant dark purplish-blue flowers from mid-summer to frost.  Unique horizontal branching where the flowers radiate outward and downward like a pinwheel.


Buddleia davidii 'Black Knight'

Buddleia davidii 'Black Knight'

Common Name: Butterfly Bush

Deep-violet flowers are held on 6-8" panicles in summer. The showy, fragrant flowers attract butterflies. Remove spent blooms to encourage additional bloom production. Deciduous.


Buddleia davidii 'Grand Cascade'

Buddleia davidii 'Grand Cascade' - PPAF

Common Name: Butterfly Bush, Summer Lilac

The panicles on this flowering shrub cascade downward, similar to the look of weeping willow or a bridalwreath spirea. Light lavender purple flower panicles are enormous at 12-14" long and 4" thick. They're nearly the size of your head! Compared to 'Lavender Cascade', this Buddleia is a slightly bigger in overall size, but it's the flower panicles that are significantly larger.


Buddleia x 'Miss Molly'

Buddleia x 'Miss Molly' - PP23425

Common Name: Butterfly Bush

'Miss Molly' is a compact variety with rich Sangria-red flowers, which may be more pronounced in the South.  Fragrant flowers are abundant and attract both butterflies and hummingbirds.


Buddleia x 'Miss Ruby'

Buddleia x 'Miss Ruby' - PP19950

Common Name: Butterfly Bush

Vivid, pink blooms, silver-grey foliage and compact growth habit makes this buddleia a great addition in the perennial or shrub border. 


Buddleia x Proven Winners® Color Choice® Pugster® Blue

Buddleia x Proven Winners® Color Choice® Pugster® Blue - PP28794

Common Name: 'SMNBDO' Butterfly Bush

Full sized flowers on a dwarf plant!

Meet Pugster® Blue - it's a whole new look for butterfly bush. This compact plant reaches just 2'/.6 m tall and wide but has the large, full flowers normally seen on a much larger plant. It blooms non-stop from early summer through frost with true-blue flowers, each with a tiny yellow-orange eye in the center. Thanks to thick, sturdy stems, the Pugster® series offers vastly improved hardiness and winter survival over other types of dwarf butterfly bush.

Top three reasons to grow Pugster Blue butterfly bush:
1. Appealing true-blue flowers add hard-to-find color to any type of garden or landscape.
2. It produces full-sized flowers on a compact, dwarf frame.
3. Thick, sturdy stems ensure better winter hardiness in zone 5 than other dwarf butterfly bush.

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