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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Lavender Beauty Butterflybush, Orange-eye Butterflybush)

Grown for its large conical clusters of lavender flowers, the compact butterflybush ‘Lavender Beauty’ is a tough shrub with an upright to arching habit.

Asian in origin, it has gray-green leaves and produces clusters of numerous tiny tubular lavender flowers with orange eyes. These are lightly fragrant and appear at the ends of the branches from midsummer to frost. They will continue to bloom with greater regularity if spent flowers are removed. In climates with mild winters plants may be...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Butterflybush, Niche's Choice Butterflybush, Orange-eye Butterflybush)

Grown for its elongated clusters of rich purple flowers, the tall butterflybush ‘Niche's Choice’ is a tough shrub with an upright habit. It was selected and introduced at Niche Gardens in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

Asian in origin, it has green to gray-green leaves and produces clusters of numerous tiny tubular purple flowers with orange eyes. These are lightly fragrant and appear at the ends of the branches from midsummer to frost. They will continue to bloom with greater regularity if spent...

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James H. Schutte

(Orange-eye Butterflybush, Orchid Beauty Butterflybush)

Grown for its elongated clusters of rich lavender-pink flowers, the compact butterflybush ‘Orchid Beauty’ is a tough shrub with an short rounded habit.

Asian in origin, it has dark gray-green leaves that are very silver-white when they first emerge. From summer to fall it produces clusters of numerous tiny tubular lavender-pink flowers with orange eyes. These are sweetly fragrant and appear at the ends of the branches. They will continue to bloom with greater regularity if spent flowers are...

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Jessie Keith

(Butterflybush, Orange-eye Butterflybush)

A dwarf habit and large, beautiful lavender-pink conical flower clusters distinguish this butterflybush. Developed by Elizabeth Keep in East Malling, England, Peacock™ is one of several Buddleja cultivars in the English Butterfly series.

Asian in origin, this sweet deciduous to semi-evergreen shrub has open, upright to arching branches lined with lance-shaped gray-green leaves. From midsummer to frost many large, elongated clusters of deep lavender-pink flowers appear. These are like...

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James H. Schutte

(Orange-eye Butterflybush, Pink Beauty Butterflybush)

Pink beauty butterflybush is a compact, upright to arching shrub that originates from China and Japan. It has gray-green leaves and produces elongated clusters of pink flowers from mid-summer to frost. Plants prefer 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. Butterflybush is quite drought tolerant and provides...

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Hahira Nursery

(Orange-eye Butterflybush, Pink Delight Butterflybush)

Pink delight butterflybush is a compact, upright to arching shrub that originates from China and Japan. It has gray-green leaves and produces large, elongated clusters of bubblegum pink flowers from mid-summer to frost. Plants prefer 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. Butterflybush is quite drought...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Orange-eye Butterflybush, Pink Spreader Butterflybush)

Grown for its elongated clusters of rich pink flowers, the medium-sized butterflybush ‘Pink Spreader’ is a tough shrub with a more spreading habit than others. It is a Dutch cultivar that is less commonly available in the United States.

Asian in origin, it has grey-green leaves and produces clusters of numerous tiny tubular pink flowers with orange eyes. These are lightly fragrant and appear at the ends of the branches. They will continue to bloom with greater regularity if spent flowers are...

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James H. Schutte

(Orange-eye Butterflybush, Potter's Purple Butterflybush)

Grown for its elongated clusters of deep violet-purple flowers, the medium-sized butterflybush ‘Potter's Purple’ is a tough shrub that develops arching branches and a vase-shaped habit when mature. It was introduced in 1984 by Jack Potter of Wister Garden in Swarthmore, Pennsylvania.

Asian in origin, it has dark grey-green leaves and produces clusters of numerous tiny tubular deep violet-purple flowers with orange eyes. These are not very fragrant and appear at the ends of the branches. They...

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James H. Schutte

(Orange-eye Butterflybush, Princeton Purple Butterflybush)

Grown for its broad conical clusters of violet-purple flowers, the medium-sized butterflybush ‘Princeton Purple’ is a tough shrub that develops arching branches and a vase-shaped habit when mature. It was introduced in 1984 by Jack Potter of Wister Garden in Swarthmore, Pennsylvania.

Asian in origin, it has rough textured dark grey-green leaves and produces clusters of numerous tiny tubular violet-purple flowers with orange eyes. These are lightly fragrant and appear at the ends of the branches....

(Orange-eye Butterflybush, Purple Emperor™ 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...