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Lo and Behold Bluechip Butterfly Bush
  • Growing Zones: 5-9
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    Mature Height: 2-3 ft.
    Mature Width: 3-4 ft.
    Sunlight: Full or Partial
    Blooms: Spring
    Spacing: 3-4 ft.
    Botanical: Buddleia hybrid
    Cannot Ship to: AZ, OR, WA
    Plant Directions: Sent with Order
    This plant thrives in the green shaded regions above.

    Lo and Behold Bluechip Butterfly Bush

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    The Only Dwarf, Repeat Blooming Butterfly Bush

    • self-cleaning, repeat blooms
    • huge, fragrant flowers that keep coming- fro spring til fall
    • dwarf size fits great anywhere
    • attracts tons of butterflies and wildlife!

    A lazy gardener's dream because it is so easy to grow!
    Other butterfly bushes require you to snip off old blooms in order to promote new ones. The Lo and Behold Bluechip Butterfly Bush takes care of itself. It is a self-cleaning dwarf shrub that gives you months of fragrant blooms. It drops its old blooms and produces new ones on its own.

    One of the few butterfly bushes that give you repeat blooms
    Older varieties just bloom once and then they're done til next year. Lo and Behold is a repeat bloomer... you get multiple rounds of blooms, from spring until fall!

    Dwarf Shrub Looks Great Anywhere
    You get huge, fragrant blooms from a 2-3 foot groundcover. It fits perfectly in any garden... or it can be grown in a container. You often see these anywhere you get foot traffic- along sidewalks, near entryways, and along patios. You'll want to put the anywhere your guests can smell their sweet fragrance.

    Very Versatile and Adaptable
    It can be clustered around the base of larger plants or planted in rows. It's great for gardens, driveways, or walkways. It will keep its compact shape, and won't spread and overwhelm the rest of the garden. It loves full sun and is very tolerant of heat and drought.

    Attracts all sorts of Wildlife and Pollinators!
    Best of all, the Bluechip gets its name because it attracts a myriad of different butterflies, adding another dimension of color and splendor to the garden!

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