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Lo and Behold® Blue Chip Jr. Butterfly Bush
  • Lo and Behold® Blue Chip Jr. Butterfly Bush

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    Growing Zones: 5-9
    Mature Height: 18-30 in.
    Mature Width: 20-28 in.
    Sunlight: Full Sun
    Spacing: 20-32 in.
    Botanical: Buddleia davidii
    Cannot Ship to: AZ
    Plant Size Quart Pots

    Second Generation Spectacular

    Plant breeders have improved an already outstanding plant (Lo and Behold Blue Chip butterfly bush) with the introduction of its next generation’s “junior” version. Lo and Behold Blue Chip Jr. Butterfly Bush (Buddleia davidii ‘Blue Chip Jr.’ LO AND BEHOLD®) has all the superb qualities of its predecessor -- wrapped up in a compact package. If your idea of a butterfly bush is a tall, gangly shrub, you’ll be pleased to welcome “Junior” into your garden!

    Packs a Punch in a Small Package
    Lo and Behold Blue Chip Jr. Butterfly Bush is a remarkably easy-care perennial with a host of qualities, including:

    • Fragrant indigo-blue flowers that cover the small shrubs.

    • Silver-green leaves that shimmer in the wind and provide a striking contrast to the blue flowers.

    • A profusion of nonstop blooms that open in summer and keep going until frost, plus no pruning needed for continuous blooming.

    • Compact shrubs that typically grow only 2 feet tall and wide.

    Masses of Butterflies and Hummingbirds
    Butterfly bushes are sometimes commonly called “summer lilacs” because of their lookalike panicle-shaped flowers, although they are not true lilacs. Their common name hints at the primary reason many gardeners grow this plant. But butterfly bushes are not only irresistible to many species of butterflies -- they also attract hummingbirds. Plant Lo And Behold Blue Chip Jr. Butterfly Bush and turn your yard into a flurry of activity!

    Designing with this Compact Charmer
    Because Lo and Behold Blue Chip Jr. Butterfly Bush is such a small, tidy plant, it fills many landscape design uses, such as:

    • Cottage-garden plant. Loose and airy, open and unstructured -- words that define cottage gardens. Butterfly bushes are right at home in a cottage garden, where they provide color and movement.

    • Low-growing flowering hedge. Plant a row of Lo and Behold Blue Chip Jr. Butterfly Bushes for a spectacular floral display in a small hedge.

    • Sidewalk and patio edging. Edge your sidewalk or patio with Lo and Behold Blue Chip Jr. Butterfly Bush plants so you can enjoy the fragrant flowers up close.

    • Container plant. Billowing over the edges of containers, Lo and Behold Blue Chip Jr. Butterfly Bush is a wonderful choice as a perennial flowering plant that you don’t have to replace each year in your pots.

    One of the Easiest Butterfly Bushes to Maintain
    Many types of butterfly bushes have to be pruned back each year and their flowers deadheaded to keep them looking their best, but Lo and Behold Blue Chip Jr. Butterfly Bush doesn’t need hard-pruning or deadheading. Simply plant in full sun in well-draining soil for optimal growth, and apply a slow-release fertilizer in spring for an abundance of flowers!

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