Butterfly Bush

$3499

Butterfly Bush

$3499

1-Year Warranty

Ships Spring and Fall

Safe to Plant - Spring and Fall

In stock

Cannot ship to: WA. OR


Description Reviews

The Butterfly Bush, also known as Buddleia, is a flowering plant native to Asia, Africa, and the Americas. Its fragrant and showy flowers attract many butterflies and pollinators.

Butterfly Bush's Appearance

They are typically deciduous shrubs that can grow up to 10 feet tall. They have long, narrow leaves and produce clusters of flowers in various colors, including pink, purple, blue, white, and yellow.

These plants prefer full sun and are generally easy to care for. Seeds or cuttings can propagate them and typically bloom from midsummer to early Fall (End of October).

Butterfly Bush Is Low Maintenance

Butterfly Bushes are some of the most magnificent looking and easy-to-take care of flowers. The grayish-green leaves can grow 4-10 inches long and 1-3 inches wide. While the bushes are easy to grow, there are tips you can follow to get the best blooms.

Where To Plant Butterfly Bush

When choosing a site to plant them, you should take care. They will grow in almost any soil but need a spot with total sunlight exposure. Your plant will produce the most beautiful blooms in well-drained and consistently moist soil. The area where they are planted also needs to be protected during winter.

When To Plant Butterfly Bush


It can be planted in the fall or spring. Each variety is different, but generally, they should be produced 5-10 inches apart. Using the above criteria, once the site is chosen, the soil should be tilled to a 12-inch depth with a mixture of compost and peat moss.

When the plant is placed in the ground, the root ball top should be at the same level as the soil. Then, you will cover the root ball with soil and water well before a layer of mulch is lightly placed on top. Once they have begun to flourish and bloom, they do not require much maintenance.

Butterfly Bush stay naturally free of pests. A fresh layer of fertilizer should be applied each spring to maximize the blooms. Dead flowers and leaves should be removed to promote the growth of additional blooms. Do not be alarmed if the bush dies down to a grown level each winter; this is normal for most climates.

If you live in a region where they do not naturally die down each winter, you should prune them to the ground at that time. Beautify your garden with these grand and accessible bushes today.


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