Description:There are approximatel 100 species mostly all are shrubs, but a few being trees; the largest species reach 30 m tall, but most species rarely exceed 5 m tall.
Newest Review: ... is often feared by the amateur gardener but there are some plants that grow so easily you simply cannot fail. Thankfully, the ... more
Customer Buddleja Reviews (1)
by - written on 25/05/08 (Very useful, 199 readings)
The Buddleja is a very fast growing plant that will be familiar to almost everyone. When I was growing up my parents always had these growing at the bottom of their garden and we always called them "Butterfly Bushes" due to the fact that throughout the Summer months they would always be covered in brightly coloured butterflies. As an adult I was somewhat surprised to discover that the "Butterfly Bush" was actually the official common name of these plants, which are botanically known as Buddleja Davidii. When I moved into the house that I currently live in it was always my intention to create a "Wildlife Garden" in the area at the ... Read the complete review
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