Buddleja

Buddleja

Buddleja or Butterfly Bushes

Are beautiful shrubs and all gardens should have at least one. They can be evergreen or deciduous shrubs. The long, heavy flowering heads transform the bush and make a stunning display which attracts clouds of butterflies.

Where to Site Your Buddleja

If you opt for the tall varieties then we would suggest plating these towards to the back of the border against a nice sunny wall or as a stand-alone variety. You can also now get nice compact dwarf varieties which are ideal for the font / middle of the border or pot plants

How to Grow and Look After you Buddleja 

Plant in well-drained soil in a sunny spot.

Deadhead the flowers as they fade to encourage new.

Pruning buddlejas we would recommend doing one half in March and the other half the following the year. Its best to keep them pruned to get the best flowers


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  1. Buddleja Lockinch 3 Litre Pot
    £4.30
    Buddleja Lockinch Medium sized shrub. Bears long racemes of very fragrant lilac flowers with orange eyes, which are very attractive to butterflies. Learn More
  2. Buddleja davidii Empire blue 3 Litre Pot
    £4.30
    Buddleja davidii Empire Blue are like the name suggests, covered in huge highly scented blue flowers. They will reach 2 metres or more within a couple of years. Learn More
  3. Buddleja davidii Silver Anniversary 3 Litre Pot
    £5.35
    Buddleja davidii Silver Anniversary Scented white flowers amid silvery foliage in July to September. Height to 2m. Requires any well drained soil. Prefers a sunny situation. Learn More
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