Deep blue flowers with a white “eye” around an orange centre are produced vigorously into late summer. This variety has a slightly spreading habit, making it a good specimen plant on its own or in a mixed border.
The sure way to lure an abundance of butterflies to your garden is with a buddleja bush. So if you want to relish in the the joyous sight of red admirals, painted ladies, peacocks and many more species in your garden, then a nectar-rich buddleja is a must.
Regular buddleja bushes can grow quite large so this season we are introducing a range of mini-buddleja bushes so you can attract butterflies to the smallest of gardens and balconies.
|Scientific Name||Buddleja dav. ´Orpheus´|
|Pot Size||2 Litres|
|Flowering Months||Jul., Aug., Sep.|