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(Raintree, Today and Tomorrow, Yesterday)

This shrub is commonly called yesterday-today-and-tomorrow because its blooms open purple, fade to lavender and finally to white with all three colors occurring on the shrub. 'Floribunda' is a very free-flowering selection with a open growth habit. Its flat, pansy-like flowers are borne in clusters from spring into fall.

Though it tolerates full sun, this plant is native to the woodlands of Brazil and does best with dappled shade. Raintree needs moist, humusy soils that are slightly acidic. In...

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James Burghardt

(Butterflybush, Lo & Behold Butterflybush)

Grown for its compact, non-invasive habit and elongated clusters of blue flowers, the dwarf moderately-vigorous hybrid butterflybush ‘Blue Chip’ A.K.A. Lo & Behold™ is a tough shrub that is a cross between Buddleja davidii, B. lindleyana and B. globosa. It was developed at the J. C. Raulston Arboretum at North Carolina State University.

This butterflybush has silvery gray-green leaves on low spreading multi-branched plants. Lo & Behold™ produces...

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Yoder Brothers

(Butterflybush, Lochinch Butterflybush)

Grown for its elongated clusters of violet-blue flowers, the tall vigorous hybrid butterflybush ‘Lochinch ’ is a tough shrub that is a cross between Buddleja fallowiana and B. davidii. It was discovered in Wigtownshire, Scotland in the garden of the Earl of Stair at Lochinch.

This butterflybush has silvery gray-green leaves and produces clusters of numerous tiny tubular violet-blue flowers with orange eyes. These are fragrant and appear at the ends of the branches. They...

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James Burghardt

(Butterflybush, Miss Ruby Butterflybush)

Miss Ruby butterflybush produces the richest and boldest pink-red flowers, perhaps best described as fuchsia-magenta. This cultivar was a hybrid developed by Dennis Werner of the J.C. Raulston Arboretum at North Carolina State University. Reaching head high with a compact but rounded habit, dozens of branches ending in panicles (flower spikes) float above gray-green foliage. Butterflies, bumblebees and honeybees gather on these blossoms that appear across summer and into autumn.

Although slow...

(Butterflybush, Queens Robe Butterflybush)

This butterflybush, 'Queen's Robe,' is a long-blooming shrub with gracefully arching branches and magenta to royal-purple flowers. Reaching head high, dozens of branches ending in panicles (flower spikes) float above gray-green foliage. Butterflies, bumblebees and honeybees gather on these blossoms that appear across summer and into autumn.

Although slow to break dormancy in late spring, 'Queen's Robe' is among the best of selections for a perennial or mixed border. Plant in full sun and in any...

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Hahira Nursery

(Butterflybush, Orange-eye Butterflybush)

Grown for its beautiful clusters of elongated flowers, butterflybush is a tough medium-sized shrub with an upright to arching habit. Originating from China and Japan, it has green to gray-green leaves and produces large clusters of lilac-colored flowers at the ends of its branches. These appear from midsummer to frost, but will continue to bloom with greater regularity if spent flowers are removed. In climates with mild winters plants may be semi-evergreen.

There are many cultivars of butterflybush...

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Jessie Keith

(Orange-eye Butterflybush)

Developed by Elizabeth Keep in East Malling, England, the Buddleja cultivars in the English Butterfly™ series have a dwarf habit, dense branching and large elongated flower clusters that come in various shades.

Asian in origin, butterflybush is a sweet deciduous to semi-evergreen shrub with open, upright to arching branches lined with lance-shaped gray-green leaves. From midsummer to frost many large, elongated flowers clusters in shades of purple and blue appear. These are like manna...

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James H. Schutte

(Attraction Butterflybush, Orange-eye Butterflybush)

Grown for its beautiful elongated clusters of magenta-red flowers, the butterflybush ‘Attraction’ is a tough medium-sized shrub with an upright to arching habit.

Originating from China and Japan, it has green to gray-green leaves and produces numerous magenta-red clusters of lightly fragrant flowers at the ends of its branches. These appear from midsummer to frost, but will continue to bloom with greater regularity if spent flowers are removed. In climates with mild winters plants may be semi-evergreen....

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Grandiflora

(Black Knight Butterflybush, Orange-eye Butterflybush)

Black Knight butterflybush is an upright to arching shrub of medium height that originates from China and Japan. It has gray-green leaves and produces elongated clusters of dark purple flowers from mid-summer to frost.

The preferred location for 'Black Knight' is in full sun and can tolerate a wide range of well-drained soils. This is a wonderful shrub for attracting butterflies, but plants tend to freely sow themselves throughout the garden and beyond. In warm climates they may be semi-evergreen....

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Grandiflora

(Bonnie Butterflybush, Orange-eye Butterflybush)

Grown for its beautiful elongated clusters of light violet-blue flowers, the tall butterflybush ‘Bonnie’ is a tough shrub with an upright to arching habit.

Originating from China and Japan, it has green to gray-green leaves and produces numerous violet-blue clusters of lightly fragrant flowers at the ends of its branches. These appear from midsummer to frost, but will continue to bloom with greater regularity if spent flowers are removed. In climates with mild winters plants may be semi-evergreen....