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Miss Butterfly Buddleia Bush Seeds - Shrubs & Trees
Miss Butterfly Buddleia Bush Seeds - Shrubs & Trees
We are delighted to introduce Miss Butterfly, a pale violet Buddleia absolutely covered in long, flower-packed stems from early summer until well into fall! Very easy to grow from seed, it is sweetly fragrant and an absolute joy in the sunny garden.These flowering stems reach a foot long, pointed up and out all over this well-branched shrub. Butterflies flock to them, posing beautifully for you all day long! The blooms begin opening in midsummer in most climates, continuing through mid-fall where autumn is mild. The more you cut for the vase, the more you seem to see -- this is an exceptionally heavy-blooming Buddleia, so you have plenty for cutting.Miss Butterfly reaches about 7 feet high and 5 feet wide at maturity. For a bushier, fuller look -- and to promote heaviest flowering -- cut this shrub down to 6 inches from the ground in late winter. Don't worry about such a severe prune -- it pops right back up when the warm spring weather arrives!Butterfly Bush is a fantastically hardy sun-lover, able to withstand adversity of all kinds. Survivors of the second World War recall seeing Butterfly Bushes arising from the debris of European cities, one of the very first flowering shrubs to return after the war. They are impervious to heat, humidity, and (once established) even drought. Butterflies and bees flock to them, and their grape soda-ish fragrance is readily shared with neighboring garden plants. What a joy! Zones 5-9. Pkt is 100 seeds.
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Miss Molly Buddleia Butterfly Bush - Shrubs & Trees
Miss Molly Buddleia Butterfly Bush - Shrubs & Trees
Plant Patent Applied ForGood golly, what a beautiful shade of red! The closest we can come to describing it is sangria, but really it's an ever-changing blend of red, magenta, and burgundy, far and away the closest Butterfly Bush ever to the true red -- that elusive shade of fire-engine! -- that plantsman have been trying to grow for decades. Simply lovely, it stands out from all others like a beacon in the dark.These bottlebrush blooms begin in midsummer and continue all the way to frost in the sunny garden, attracting every butterfly, bee, and hummingbird for miles around to come feast. Miss Molly is very free-flowering, so cut all the blooms you like for the vase. There will be more where those came from in no time!Reaching 5 feet high and 5 to 6 feet wide, Miss Molly grows like crazy, and needs very little attention to continue flowering beautifully year after year. Cut it down to about 6 inches from the ground in late winter and early spring (this improves the branching, which in turn means more flowers) and let it go! There is no easier plant for the sunny garden.Miss Molly was developed at North Carolina State University by Dennis Werner, who bred it from Buddleia Miss Ruby x Attraction. These two classic varieties assure you that Miss Molly has terrific vigor and flower power!Miss Molly is a Proven Winners® ColorChoice® shrub, so you can be sure it isn't one of those over-hyped greenhouse inventions that fails to perform in the garden. All these plants have been tested in several trial gardens and passed with flying colors! If you live in a warm climate, you will notice more red tones on the blooms; in cooler areas, they will be more purple. But either way, there's no way to lose with this new powerhouse. Add Miss Molly to the border this season, and watch all the visitors -- winged and human! -- she attracts next summer and fall! Highly recommended. Zones 5-9. Cannot ship to OR.
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Lo & Behold® Pink Micro Chip Buddleia - Shrubs & Trees
Lo & Behold® Pink Micro Chip Buddleia - Shrubs & Trees
Plant Patent Applied For. The Lo & Behold® series of miniature Buddleias was already such a breakthrough for the Butterfly Bush, but now the Raulston Arboretum has outdone itself! 'Pink Micro Chip' not only improves on the series in terms of size and health, but also features pinkish blooms of a gorgeous mauve. This much-anticipated true dwarf is not available until 2015 or later from most suppliers, but we are happy to offer it in the Spring of 2014! The latest in the exciting new Lo & Behold™ series of miniature Buddleias introduced by the Raulston Arboretum, this mounding, well-branched plant reaches less than 2 feet high and wide, yet flowers continuously (rather than in waves) and never needs deadheading. This is the best variety ever developed for use as a groundcover or container specimen.'Pink Micro Chip' reaches just about 20 inches high and wide, yet flowers profusely beginning in early summer (somewhat earlier than many) and continuing without cease into autumn. Unlike most older varieties, 'Pink Micro Chip' concentrates all its energy into flowering, and offers no volunteer sprouts or messy debris to collect at season's end. It doesn't even need deadheading! And the lack of seeds also makes this mighty bloomer less invasive, which is especially important in areas where seeded varieties of Butterfly Bush are now regulated.'Pink Micro Chip' is a Proven Winners® ColorChoice® plant chosen for its exciting color and great garden performance. To be selected for this group, it had to first be thoroughly tested in trial gardens all around the world, and its health, vigor, and beauty have proven unparalleled. Like all Butterfly Bushes, 'Pink Micro Chip' thrives in full sunshine--the more the merrier--and any well-drained soil. Water and feed it well the first year to get its root system established in your garden. Once it feels at home, it's quite forgiving of heat, humidity, poor soil, and even drought! It needs no special care beyond a strong pruning in early spring -- cut it down to ⅓rd its original size in late February/Early March, and watch it return even more dense and floriferous than before! Deer leave it alone, but hummingbirds as well as bees and butterflies are attracted to its sweet, lightly fragrant blossoms. Now you can enjoy the ease and beauty of Buddleia in entirely new garden settings! Zones 5-9.
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Lo & Behold® Blue Chip Jr. Buddleia - Shrubs & Trees
Lo & Behold® Blue Chip Jr. Buddleia - Shrubs & Trees
Plant Patent Applied For. The Lo & Behold® series of miniature Buddleias was already such a breakthrough for the Butterfly Bush, but now the Raulston Arboretum has outdone itself! 'Blue Chip Jr.' improves on 'Blue Chip' in several ways: it is even smaller, it is less brittle, and the leaves have more of a silver sheen to them. This much-anticipated sequel is not available until 2015 or later from most suppliers, but we are happy to offer it in the Spring of 2014! The latest in the exciting new Lo & Behold™ series of miniature Buddleias introduced by the Raulston Arboretum, this mounding, well-branched plant reaches less than 2 feet high and wide, yet flowers continuously (rather than in waves) and never needs deadheading. This is the best variety ever developed for use as a groundcover or container specimen.'Blue Chip Jr' reaches just about 20 inches high and wide, yet flowers profusely beginning in early summer (somewhat earlier than many) and continuing without cease into autumn. Unlike most older varieties, 'Blue Chip Jr' concentrates all its energy into flowering, and offers no volunteer sprouts or messy debris to collect at season's end. It doesn't even need deadheading! And the lack of seeds also makes 'Blue Chip Jr' less invasive, which is especially important in areas where seeded varieties of Butterfly Bush are now regulated.'Blue Chip Jr' is a Proven Winner®, which means exactly what it sounds like. These high-performing varieties have been thoroughly tested in trial gardens all around the world, and their health, vigor, and beauty have proven unparalleled. Like all Butterfly Bushes, 'Blue Chip Jr' thrives in full sunshine--the more the merrier--and any well-drained soil. Water and feed it well the first year to get its root system established in your garden. Once it feels at home, it's quite forgiving of heat, humidity, poor soil, and even drought! And it needs no special care beyond a strong pruning in early spring -- cut it down to ⅓rd its original size in late February/Early March, and watch it return even more dense and floriferous than before! Deer leave it alone, but hummingbirds as well as bees and butterflies are attracted to its sweet, lightly fragrant blossoms. Now you can enjoy the ease and beauty of Buddleia in entirely new garden settings, thanks to 'Blue Chip Jr'! Zones 5-9.
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