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.
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 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.
- Fully Hardy (H6)
- Known as the 'Butterfly Bush'
- Deciduous Shrub
- Pink flowers with an orange center
- Semi shade through to Full Sun
- Height up to 4M, Spread 2m (easily kept at around 2m by yearly pruning)
- Happy in most soils and reasonably drought tolerant
- Perfect for insects and butterflies, a real winner for introducing wildlife. The yellow flowering varieties are particularly attractive to insects and pollinators