Very cold-hardy, very free flowering, long white flower spikes with honey scent, great butterfly plant and easy to maintain in any sunny free-draining spot. One of the oldest varieties and still one of the best. Read more about buddleias in our info post here
DESCRIPTION: Vigorous shrub flowering from summer through to autumn with long (to 30cm) spear shaped clusters of creamy-white scented flowers. Attracts bird life, butterflies and bees to your garden. USE IN: Cottage gardens, urban gardens, as a feature shrub in mixed borders. Deer and rabbit resistant (as far as any plant is). PLANTING: Plant in a sunny position in the garden, mulch and water regularly until the plant is established, usually around 12 weeks. Likes free-draining, even poor soil; doesn't like wet feet. Cold hardy down to -20C. CARE: Hard prune or coppice after flowering to maintain bushiness and heavier flowering. Fertilise in spring using a slow release fertiliser, give an extra boost during the summer heat using eco-seaweed. HEIGHT & WIDTH: 2 m H x 1.5 m W. YOUR PLANTS: These are tube-stock plants, young plants with healthy roots that will establish quickly in your garden. The pot size is 80 mm x 42 mm wide.