Buddleja - Berries & Cream - New Buddleia Butterfly Bush with multi-shaded flowers
Availability: In stock
Buddleia Berries and Cream is a stunning new upright Buddleja with amazing bicoloured flowers - a real talking point and an unusual twist to this favourite garden shrub.
Very easy to grow and fully hardy, this butterfly bush will of course be a huge attraction to butterflies, but any other garden visitor too, carrying large conical clusters of bicoloured blooms in long florets, with the flowers coming all through the summer, year after year.
Now, the colour of this isn't your regular solid pink or purple as might be expected by more regular varieties of buddleia, but a stunning mix of mauve-pink irregularly studded with bright stars of white - quite a spectacle.
The elegant arching stems are all bejewelled with these terminal clusters of colour in summer, with 'Berries and Cream' being a particularly free flowering variety, providing a long season of colour right in to autumn. As an added bonus, the deciduous foliage will shade to butterfy yellow in the autumn period.
In stock for immediate delivery, our strong bushy plants, supplied in approx 3 litre (19cm) containers are larger than our competitors! Plus they'll often even be in bud and bloom during the first season too!
Price Check (regular prices, as correct at time of publication, last checked 09:58pm 26/08/2023)
Waitrose - 2 litre pot - 24.99 each
Crocus - 2 litre pot - 24.99 each
Primrose - 2 litre pot - 24.99 each
Our large plants are strictly available whilst stocks last!! Don't waste any time ordering these - stocks are limited.
Remember, Gardening Express plants are in stock, a better price and a bigger plant than even the nearest priced competitors, what's not to like! Sorry Crocus!
Please note that plants supplied may be grown under glass so the flowers may not be bicoloured immediately, however, once planted out in the garden, new flowers that grow will be variegated as expected. Some bloom stalks may exhibit all purple or all white flowers too, which adds to the charm amongst the bicoloured blooms.