A striking buddleja that produces rounded clusters of golden yellow flowers in July and August. The leaves are deciduous, grey-green and lanceolate. The flowers appear on that year’s growth so prune in early spring to produce flowers later in the year. Very hardy.
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 weyeriana 'Sungold'|
|Max Height||250 cm|
|Pot Size||2 Litres|
|Picking Months||Jul., Aug., Sep.|
|Growing Conditions||Partial Shade, Sunlight|