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(Orange-eye Butterflybush, Windy Hill Butterflybush)

Grown for its large elongated clusters of purple flowers, the tall hardy butterflybush ‘Windy Hill’ is a tough shrub with an upright to vase-shaped habit. It was selected and introduced by Dennis Mareb or Windy Hill Nursery in Great Barrington, Massachusetts.

This butterflybush has 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. They will continue to bloom with greater regularity...

Image of Buddleja davidii (ENGLISH BUTTERFLY™ SERIES) photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Butterflybush, 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...

Image of Buddleja davidii var. alba photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Orange-eye Butterflybush, White Butterflybush)

Butterflybush is an upright, arching shrub of medium height. It has gray-green leaves and commonly bears lilac-colored flowers from mid-summer to frost. There are many cultivars that vary in height and offer flower colors in shades of red, pink, purple, and white. Plant prefer full sun and well-drained soils. This is a wonderful shrub for attracting butterflies, but plants tend to freely seed themselves throughout the garden. Butterflybush provides summer interest for mixed borders and foundation...

Image of Buddleja davidii var. nanhoensis photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Orange-eye Butterflybush)

Buddleja davidii var. nanhoensis is an upright to arching shrub that is more compact than the species. The Chinese native has slightly smaller gray-green leaves and produces elongated clusters of lilac-colored flowers from midsummer to frost. In climates with mild winters plants may be semi-evergreen.

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...

Image of Buddleja davidii var. nanhoensis

James H. Schutte

(Orange-eye Butterflybush, Petite Indigo® Butterflybush)

The Petite Plum butterflybush (aka 'Mongo' and 'Nanho Blue') is a compact, arching shrub with pale blue-purple flowers originating from China. It has slightly smaller gray-green leaves than the species and produces its elongated clusters of fragrant flowers from mid-summer to frost. In climates with mild winters plants may be semi-evergreen.

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...

Image of Buddleja davidii var. nanhoensis

James H. Schutte

(Orange-eye Butterflybush, Petite Snow® Butterflybush)

Grown for its large elongated clusters of white flowers, the compact butterflybush Petite Snow™ is a tough shrub with a bushy spreading habit. This fine cultivar was introduced in 1984 by Monrovia Nurseries in Azusa, California and is considered to be the best of all the white-flowered Buddleja.

This butterflybush has gray-green leaves and produces clusters of numerous tiny tubular white flowers. These are fragrant and appear at the ends of the branches. They will continue to bloom...

(Orange-eye Butterflybush, Petite Plum® Butterflybush)

The Petite Plum butterflybush (aka 'Monum' and 'Nanho Purple') is a compact, arching shrub with red-purple flowers originating from China. It has slightly smaller gray-green leaves than the species and produces its elongated clusters of fragrant flowers from mid-summer to frost. In climates with mild winters plants may be semi-evergreen.

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...

(Gloster Butterflybush, Lindley's Butterflybush)

This Victorian heirloom is found at older home sites of the southeastern U.S. where the climate is mild. The extreme vigor and deer resistance of ‘Gloster,’ as well as its wide adaptability allowed it to naturalize in many woodlands of that region. The parent species is native to southeastern China and was introduced into the Carolinas over a century ago, and this selection never really caught on in gardens. This may be due to the greater success of showy Buddleia davidii cultivars with...

(Lindley's Butterflybush, Miss Vicie Butterflybush)

This selection of Lindley’s butterfly bush is an heirloom found at older homesites of the southeastern U.S. along the Gulf Coast where the climate is especially mild. Its extreme vigor and deer resistance as well as widespread adaptability allowed it to naturalize in many woodlands of that region. The parent species is a native of southeastern China and was introduced over a century ago, but never really caught on in gardens. This may be due to the greater success of showy Buddleia davidii...

Image of Buddleja x weyeriana photo by: Grandiflora

Grandiflora

(Golden Butterflybush)

Golden butterflybush is a hybrid of Buddleja davidii and B. globosa but retains the orange-yellow flower color of the latter species. It has glossy deep green foliage on gently arching branches. The flowers are borne in clusters from summer to autumn and removing spent flowers will encourage continued blooming.

A drought tolerant plant when established, golden butterflybush should be grown in full sun for best results. Attractive to butterflies and bees, the interesting flower...