Humdinger Dwarf Butterfly Bushes PWD 3-in-1 Combo 1 pc.
- Buy 2 for $26.99 each and save 10%
- Buy 4 for $25.49 each and save 15%
The 3-in-1 buddleia Humdinger™ Butterfly Bushes are perfectly compact flowering machines! They remain small, yet continue to produce just as many sweetly fragrant flowers all summer long. Many butterfly bushes are unmanageable- reaching upwards of 10+ feet tall, but this variety is compact at only 3-4 tall and wide, yet not lacking on bloom power. The flowers are huge with typical 8-10" long panicles filled with that ever-pleasing, sweet vanilla scent that is absolutely irrestible to butterflys.
|Botanical Name:||Buddleia hybrids||Common Name:||Dwarf Patio Butterfly Bushes||Hardiness Zone:||4-10: Cold Tolerance: -30F||Sun Shade:||Full Sun to Partial Sun||SKU:||R71673 / Perennial||Bloom Time:||Summer to Early Fall||Cultivar:||Humdinger™ Trio: 3-in-1 combo- 1 each: Little Angel, Magenta Munchkin, and Orchard Annie||HT/WD:||3-4 ft / 3-4 ft, space 4 feet apart||Uses:||butterfly garden, great for patio containers now, in the front of the house for cottage garden flavor, fragrant cut flower, landscape, behind shorter plants to add height and interest in the perennial garden||Growing Guides:||Butterfly Bush Humdinger||Ships:||Half Gallon Pot||Shipping Schedule:||Zone Map|
This collection includes 3 gorgeous colors conveniently planted in one container for easy planting once you receive it. Why not plant these close to where you gather or relax in order to have a front row seat to the pollinator show. Remember with their smaller size, they'll be extremely versatile, so plant them along your walkway, in your perennial flowerbed, or now even in pots for your patio. They also do not self-seed, which means you don't have to worry about this one spreading. Never need to prune this butterfly bush except to remove old flowers. es long!
|General Product information||
Plant “high” – instead of positioning the plant even with the ground level like you would other plants, dig a slightly shallower hole (yep, that means less work!) and position it so that the base of the plant is a bit higher than the ground. This creates a small “hill” that encourages water to drain away from the plant rather than settle around it.