Family: Loganiacead (Buddle-ia: after Adam Buddle, English botanist) They're fragrant, colorful and they attract butterflies. Bold, long blooming flowers. Treat them like a perennial in the north; cut them back heavily in the spring for better flowering.A cool new selection from Mike Dirr with multicolor blooms. The cover plant for Wayside Gardens. Open pollinated seedlings of B. Honeycomb resulting in lavender and butterscotch yellow flowers. Most likely it had crossed with buddleia davidii. Quite distinct.
Publisher: Hirt's Gardens
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