Buddleia davidii 'Wisteria Lane'
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This variety gets its name from the cascading lavender flowers that look more similar to a Wisteria vine than a Buddleia, blooming starts in summer and continues through fall, great for attracting butterflies and hummingbirds.
- » A dwarf form of Buddleia
- » Great for attracting butterflies
- » Months of flowers in summer and fall
Fast growing decidious shrub with tremendous late summer bloom. These plants are butterfly magnets with their large, honey-scented blooms. Mulch in colder climates.