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Buddleia x Proven Winners® Color Choice® Pugster® Pink

'SMNBDPT' Butterfly Bush

A whole new look for butterfly bush! What makes a space-saving dwarf butterfly bush even better? Full sized flowers! Pugster® butterfly bushes are the first to offer large, dense blooms on a small frame for maximum impact in the landscape. Continuous blooming habit means that you'll enjoy the taffy-pink flowers of Pugster® Pink from summer through frost without deadheading. Perhaps best of all, the thick, heavy stems of Pugster butterfly bushes ensure better hardiness and winter survival in cold areas than other dwarf butterfly bushes.

Top three reasons to grow Pugster Pink butterfly bush:

1. Candy pink flowers are large size, even though the plant is compact.

2. Blooms all summer without deadheading - low maintenance!

3. Thick stems mean better winter survival, even in USDA zone 5


  • Category:Shrubs
  • Hardiness Zone:5-9
  • Height:24-24 in
  • Spread:24-36 in

Flower Color
Pink
Foliage Color
Green
Best Usage
Border or Bed
Container
Edging
Groundcover
Mass Planting
Specimen
Soil Moisture Preference
Average
Good Drainage
Season of Interest (Flowering)
Summer
Fall
Exposure
Sun
Additional Information about Buddleia x Proven Winners® Color Choice® Pugster® Pink

A whole new look for butterfly bush! What makes a space-saving dwarf butterfly bush even better? Full sized flowers! Pugster® butterfly bushes are the first to offer large, dense blooms on a small frame for maximum impact in the landscape. Continuous blooming habit means that you'll enjoy the taffy-pink flowers of Pugster® Pink from summer through frost without deadheading. Perhaps best of all, the thick, heavy stems of Pugster butterfly bushes ensure better hardiness and winter survival in cold areas than other dwarf butterfly bushes.

Top three reasons to grow Pugster Pink butterfly bush:

1. Candy pink flowers are large size, even though the plant is compact.

2. Blooms all summer without deadheading - low maintenance!

3. Thick stems mean better winter survival, even in USDA zone 5