Buddleja x weyeriana
One of Peter Moore's introductions, a very hardy deciduous semi evergreen shrub, depending on local temperature, growing in any well drained soil.
This is a rabbit and deer resistant plant, a darling of a Butterfly Bush
Best in sun
Hard prune in March & Feed late spring.
Flowers early August through to late September, sometimes into October
Attracts bees and butterflies and hummingbirds in the USA
Large ball heads of clear pale pink flowers with an orange eye
Delightful scented flowers
The fragrance keeps the butterflies, hummingbirds and bees coming back for more
Flowers spikes up to 12-18” 30-40 cm in length
A lovely choice for mixing into a shrub or perennial border
Regular removal of spent flowers will extend the flowering period of all summer flowering Buddleja.
Named by Roy Lancaster OBE VMH. World famous Plantsman.
Plant in a suitable position and remove dead flowers to prolong the flowering period. Prune hard in winter (January/February) and remove any large, woody stems.
Supplied in either 9cm pot, 1 Litre, or 2 Litre pot, please select from the drop down menu when ordering.
Buddleja’s are extremely useful shrubs for the garden, they offer wonderful flowers through the Summer, are easy to grow and very beneficial to insects. They are often viewed as large plants but there are many different species and varieties that offer all manner of flower types & colours as well as size. The flowers are covered with butterflies in mid to late Summer and the yellow varieties are particularly attractive to beneficial insects, this can offer a huge interest to the garden, it can be a real joy relaxing in the garden with a Buddleja in full flower.