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8 Mixed Buddleia plants Buddleia Butterfly bush Garden Flowers

Hardy, small tree/tall shrubs that produce an abundance of vividly colored and scented flower.

Also spelled: Buddleja


With this listing you will receive a 8 plants pack of mixed buddleia. Chosen from  the varieties we currently have in stock.


You can specify a color or colors if you prefer via email, and we will do our best to comply with your list.


We often have the following varieties in stock plus others:


Buddleia Royal Purple. A purple form of buddleia davidii

Buddleia Black Knight  Deep purple flowers

Buddliea Pink Profusion

Buddleia Royal Red 


"Buddleia x weyeriana Golden Glow" golden/yellow/orange floral balls as per the yellow pictures around this listing


Buddleia weyeriana "Apricot cream" flowers


Buddleia salviafolia - lilac flowers


Buddleia White flowering


Buddleja lindleyana. Tapering violet flowering spikes


Buddlejas are fast growing plant that can be allowed to grow into a tall shrub or you can cut it back regularly after flowering to maintain them at a height that suits you


Each plant will be delivered in its own 50 BY 70 mm round pot.

They will have established roots and will be ready to plant out into your garden.


As can be seen by the pictures scattered around this listing, these have a magnificent floral display.


Fast growing


Mixed borders, hedging, privacy screens, scattered plantings


Able to withstand frosts to minus 10


Able to grow in full sun to semi shaded positions


Long living, they can be left to grow to their full height or easily contained by regular pruning.


Prune hard after flowering every spring to encourage the vigorous new growth that will produce a greater abundance of flowers.


Able to be grown in pots.


They also work well as a Screen, Hedge, Topiary or as single or multiple plantings.



You will find that these plants will grow and look well amongst native plants such as lilly pillies, bottle brush, grevillea, westringia etc, as well as adding vibrant colour and foliage contrast to mixed plants such as gold diosma, dietes, agapanthus, Purple and green flax, english box and herbs such as lavender, thyme and rosemary.