Perfect Butterfly Magnet for Smaller Gardens! Nothing animates the garden like butterflies, don’t you agree? At Nature Hills we often get asked to recommend plants that will attract butterflies and other pollinators to the garden. The short list always includes a butterfly bush or two, of course. A relative newcomer to the buddleia scene has quickly risen to the top of our list. Buzz Soft Pink Butterfly Bush (BUDDLEIA davidii ‘Buzz™ Soft Pink’) is a must have for any serious pollinator garden and a shoe-in for smaller gardens that need soft color, movement and carefree plants. Buzz Soft Pink is a very elegant bush. It is a natural dwarf, shorter and more refined than most other buddleia. It pumps out the pale pink flower spikes from summer through frost and stays 3-5 feet tall the whole time. This makes it perfect for small urban gardens where butterflies are really needing a way-station. Buzz Soft Pink looks great massed in a bed, as a solo focal point, or even in a pot on the patio or balcony. This is a great companion to other buddleia with the purples, whites and magenta’s you are used to seeing. Try it with a ring of lavender plants for an otherworldly juxtaposition of purple spikes and gently arching pink flowers waving over them. Where it gets below freezing, Buzz Soft Pink is will die down to the ground, but will come back faithfully every year to resume its place in your garden. If you love butterflies – and who doesn’t? – you will want to plant this petite beauty in your garden this year. Do your part to help the butterflies out and order yours today!* Easy to grow* Gorgeous honey scented pink flowers* Tolerant of a wide range of conditions* Attracts butterflies by droves!* Benefits bee populations* Try it in a pot* Perfect size for a smaller urban garden .
Fragrant Blooms for Months!Buddleia (Butterfly Bush) Blue Chip® Lo and Behold, Buddleia davidii ‘Blue Chip Lo and Behold’, forms a tidy, compact mound of true blue flowers.It is the first in a new series of miniature butterfly bushes with flowers that continuously bloom from early summer till late fall.‘Blue Chip’ is an outstanding and remarkable miniature plant with fragrant reblooming flowers; does not need pruning or deadheading! It should be cut close to the ground in late winter each year.Being a butterfly magnet, it is also drought tolerant and deer resistant. Plants tolerate some soil dryness, but perform poorly in wet conditions. This charming butterfly bush can be a wonderful ground cover or low hedge since it stays shorter, growing to only 36 inches tall! ‘Blue Chip’ is a must have for your patio containers, and it is also a perfect companion for ornamental grasses!* Outstanding miniature plant* Fragrant* Continuous blooms.
Long Blooming, Multi-Color Butterfly BushButterfly Bush – BiColor, Buddleia x weyeriana ‘Bicolor’, is the first Butterfly Bush to feature multiple colors on each bloom! It is an intensely fragrant, long-blooming Butterfly Bush with profuse yellow and lavender blooms–amazing lavender in bud, opening to peachy-pink with a yellow cast as it ages.Dazzle all your neighbors and your butterflies with this unique new butterfly bush that blooms from July until fall. The panicles grow up to 10 inches long and show up well against the clean grey-green foliage.BiColor Butterfly Bush has a compact growth habit, is a deciduous bush, and blooms mid-summer until fall. It provides valuable summer and early fall flowers when few other shrubs are in bloom.Beautiful grown in massed plantings, in borders, cottage gardens, rose gardens or butterfly gardens. Plant it near a path or patio and the shrub will provide a delightful fragrance for you, too. It’s generally pest-free. This plant blooms on new growth and should be pruned back in spring.* Multi-Colored Blooms* Long Blooming* Butterflies, Butterflies, and more Butterflies! .
15-Inch Floral Brilliance Summer to FallPink Delight Butterfly Bush is a deciduous shrub with superb ornamental features. Plant one as a focal point for your front yard. You could also use several in a side yard where its flowers can dress up your summer/fall landscape (at a time when fewer flowers are in bloom).The outstanding feature of your Pink Delight Butterfly Bush is its amazing flowers. Every June (and well into autumn), the tiny, deep-pink blossoms cluster along 15-inch, conical protuberances of floral brilliance. This miracle of nature is repeated throughout the grey-hued, green foliage amid the elegantly arching branches. As if the beauty of your flowers weren’t enough, the fragrance of the blossoms is every bit as enticing as their appearance! A scintillating addition to your yard, and strong lure to pollinators, your Pink Delight’s scent will create a captivating experiencing. The dilute nectar is sweetest in the midday sun, when the honey-scented blossoms are simply irresistible. Pink Delight Butterfly Bush will grow up to six feet in height with an equal spread. It’s a hardy bush, with no insect or disease issues to cause you concern. Pink Delight is a vigorous shrub, and a magnet to any pollinator passing near your yard. It’s generally hardy and quite easy to grow. You’re sure to be “delighted” with your Pink Delight Butterfly Bush, and eagerly await its stupendous bloom every summer. In fact, only your yard’s butterflies, bees and hummingbirds will value your Pink Delight more!* Spectacular, long-blooming flowers * Wildlife appeal * Deep color * Hardy.
Hot color, cool fragranceIf you want a fool-proof butterfly-attracting garden, Buzz Hot Raspberry Butterfly Bush is the place to start. This new buddleia davidii is taking the garden world by storm. Be the first in your neighborhood to have this beauty.The list of wonderful qualities of this butterfly bush is long. For starters, it is more compact and less gangly than the species so it is the perfect fit for smaller gardens. It’s not a dwarf, though, so it still gives you a good vertical presence – up to 3’ tall. (This also makes it a perfect plant for larger containers.) The flowers are unforgettable. Long tapering spikes of bright hot raspberry pink florets bloom continuously from spring to fall. They are famously fragrant, to you and to pollinators.Whether you put them in your borders or in pots around your patio, make sure that you place them where you can enjoy their fragrance and the hordes of butterflies they are going to attract!Easy grow and easy care.You get lots of return on very little care with this great shrub. Buzz Hot Raspberry Butterfly Bush will anchor your butterfly garden for years to come, but only if you order yours today!* Smaller than other buddleia* Hot colored flowers* Hardy and carefree once established * Wonderful scent* Attracts butterflies.
Gorgeous Color and Wonderful FragranceMiss Molly Butterfly Bush, Buddleia davidii ‘Miss Molly’, becomes the centerpiece of any bed or border! Miss Molly has a gorgeous color and wonderful fragrance — butterflies and hummingbirds stop often to visit.It is tall and mighty and has a very long bloom time, making it a great addition to butterfly gardens or even as a landscape plant.Miss Molly Butterfly Bush exhibits its sangria-red flowers on a mounded bushy plant and blooms in late summer until the first hard frost. This compact plant is smaller than some of the other buddleia varieties, and its distinctive flower color makes late summer gardens pop!Its full, bushy branching habit supports more flower heads. The Miss Molly Butterfly Bush will die to the ground and grow again in spring. The plant flowers on new growth, indicating it should be pruned in early spring. Leaves appear in late spring and remains late in fall.* Attracts Hummingbirds* Blooms Summer Through Fall* Drought Tolerant* Fast Growing .
Prolific Magenta Flowers on a Dwarf Shrub Magenta Buzz is a dwarf Butterfly Bush with exceptional features. Plant a few in containers for your patio or front porch. These are also wonderful for those small spaces that can use a little color. Your Magenta Buzz is a remarkable variety of Butterfly Bush that not only possess’ flowers as large as a full size bush, but does so in a dwarf size. Each long, 6-inch spike displays a cluster of delicate magenta blossoms. The amazing floral spikes appear on long branches, reaching up from the mounding shrub to cascade out for an elegant, arching appearance. The prolific flowers begin in early summer and continue on into early fall for a long-lasting display of dramatic color (and irresistible allure to your butterflies, hummingbirds and bees). Magenta Buzz’ elliptic leaves provide the perfect backdrop for the impressive flowers and maintain a lively appearance for your Butterfly Bush even when not in bloom. Magenta Buzz will grow 3 to 4 feet in height with an equal spread (and around 2 feet tall when container grown). It’s a low-maintenance shrub and overall hardy. Even though it’s a magnet for pollinators, other wildlife (such as deer), tend to leave it alone. Magenta Buzz is even salt tolerant and does equally as well in containers as it does in the general landscape. For lovely flowers on a smaller stature shrub, you can’t go wrong with Magenta Buzz. This fast-growing, ornamental shrub is high-performing and brings the magic of butterflies to your yard each year. It’s a must-have! * Brilliant flowers * Salt tolerant * Deer resistant * Works great in containers.
Long Blooming Bush with Variegated FoliageSummer Skies is a deciduous shrub with variegated foliage and a long-blooming nature. It would do well in your mixed border, or as a specimen plant in your yard.Your Summer Skies features long spikes of clustered lavender-blue flowers that are a show-stopper in summer and last through fall. However, perhaps even more valuable in this Butterfly Bush variety is the variegated foliage that will create an eye-catching image in your garden even when not in bloom. The light yellow edging against the dark green centers of the leaves has a dramatic effect on the foliage of your Summer Skies, and visually brings this shrub to the forefront of any setting it’s planted in. As the foliage ages, the leaf edges soften to a creamy white. Unlike some varieties of Butterfly Bush, Summer Skies won’t take on a weedy, wild look. While it still has some spread to it, Summer Skies tends to maintain a natural yet more restrained appearance. It’s easy to care for, and the fragrant flowers are excellent cut flowers to bring indoors. Butterflies and hummingbirds will love you for planting a Summer Skies, but the deer will take little notice. It is heat and drought tolerant, and the variegated leaves are even resistant to scorching.All in all, Summer Skies is s truly exceptional Butterfly Bush variety for your yard.*Exceptional foliage*Long-blooming flowers*Hardy*Wildlife interest.
Violet Purple Flowers are Butterfly Magnets!Do you want a groovy butterfly garden this year? Turn any space in your garden into a butterfly magnet! Groovy Grape Butterfly Bush (Buddleia davidii) is a 6 to 8 foot tall shrub covered in huge (six to ten inches long!) spikes of violet-purple flowers that are an instant draw to butterflies and hummingbirds far and wide. The flowers are strikingly colored and come in droves, ensuring that you will have plenty of great cuts for inside as well as plenty of food for butterflies and hummingbirds outside.Take care to deadhead this beauty and you will have flowers well into autumn. Once winter hits, Groovy Grape will die back to the ground in cold winter places. In warmer climates, prune it back in spring to 12 inches to rejuvenate the entire plant.Like all butterfly bushes, Groovy Grape does best in full sun – otherwise it will get leggy and sparse. It doesn’t like wet feet, either so give it a place in your garden with good drainage.Groovy Grape flowers are a classic color in buddleais. Plant it with other butterfly attracting plants in shades of yellows and oranges or lavenders and blues.Groovy Grape will grow quickly to fill in bare spots in your foundation plantings, borders and beds. They will reach their full height every year before you know it. Get your groove on and order yours today!* First Editions® Plants* Violet-purple flowers* Butterfly and hummingbird magnet* Perfect in the herbaceous border.
Reddish pink flowers are like catnip to butterflies and hummingbirds!Turn any garden into a butterfly garden! Funky Fuchsia Butterfly Bush (Buddleia davidii) is a 6 to 8 foot tall shrub covered in huge (six to ten inches long!) spikes of reddish-pink flowers that are a magnet to butterflies and hummingbirds. The flowers are strikingly colored and come in droves, ensuring that you will have plenty of great cuts for inside as well as plenty of food for butterflies and hummingbirds outside.Take care to deadhead this beauty and you will have flowers well into autumn. Once winter hits, Funky Fuchsia will die back to the ground in cold winter places. In warmer climates, prune it back in spring to 12 inches to rejuvenate the entire plant.Like all butterfly bushes, Funky Fuchsia does best in full sun – otherwise it will get leggy and sparse. It doesn’t like wet feet, either so give it a place in your garden with good drainage.Funky Fuchsia flowers are such a unique color. Plant it with other butterfly attracting plants in shades of yellows and oranges or lavenders and blues.Funky Fuchsia will grow quickly to fill in bare spots in your foundation plantings, borders and beds. They will reach their full height every year before you can blink. Order yours today and enjoy the show!* First Editions® Plants* Striking reddish-pink colored flowers* Butterfly and hummingbird magnet* Perfect in the herbaceous border.