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Butterfly Bush (Buddleia Shrubs)

Growing Zones: 5-9
Sugg. Price: $99.98
Our Price: $49.99

Growing Zones: 5-9
Sugg. Price: $99.98
Our Price: $49.99


Everyone Will Appreciate the Vibrant, Sweetly Scented Blooms of the Butterfly Bush!

The Butterfly Bush, also known as the Buddleia Shrub, has been a popular plant for gardeners all over the world due to its ability to attract butterflies & hummingbirds. Although this plant's growth habit is a bit unpredictable, its fragrant blooms and vibrant colors are not. For more colorful landscapes that are sure to demand the compliments of friends, family and neighbors, the Butterfly Bush is a wonderful choice.

Beautiful, nectar-filled clusters of flowers beckon to butterflies!

The Buddleia Shrub is known for its sweetly fragranced blooms. Colorful clusters of trumpet-shaped flowers appear on cone-like heads. These blooms practically call out to our flying friends, requesting that they come in for a landing and enjoy the feast.

Our wide variety of Buddleia Shrubs will cater to your needs for color, size and hardiness.

Our Butterfly Bushes are cultivated with the greatest of care, as our goal is to provide you with a plant that is not only strong and vibrant, but one that will be appreciated for many years to come. Do you long for the deep purple blooms of the Black Knight or the lovely lavender of the Lo and Behold Bluechip? The vibrant pink blooms of the Pink Delight Butterfly Bush or the snow white petals of the White Profusion Butterfly Bush? We have you covered.

A Brief History of the Butterfly Bush

The name, Buddleia comes from the Reverend Adam Buddle, who was an amateur botanist of the seventeenth century. The Butterfly Bush's botanical name was the result of a posthumous honor to Buddle in 1774, which is when this Chilean plant first reached England. Explorers of the Victorian era later found a wide array of Buddleia in China. Today, horticulturists worldwide continue to comb the foothills of the Himalayans for new varieties.

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