The first Buddleia to offer multiple colors on one panicle. Beautiful blooms of lavender, pink and tangerine orange will delight you (as well as hummingbirds and butterflies) from midsummer into fall. Very easy to grow, despite heat, poor soil or drought! Forms a shrub 6-8' tall and wide. In northern climates, it will die back to the ground in winter and return to its full height each spring. Ships in 4" pot. Zones 5-9. Buddleia 'Bicolor'
Additional Information:In northern climates Buddleias behave like herbaceous perennials with the top growth dying back in winter. Prune back to new growth in the spring. In southern climates, prune to shape.
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Received this last fall and planted before winter in NW Indiana. I mulched in the winter but it didn't survive. Maybe it was my clay soil, so I do not recommend if you're around Chicagoland.
Beautiful prolific bushes - cold hardy
Apr 17, 2014 | By Jennifer Draut
I have 6 of these and absolutely love them. They have a nice hedge effect and cover up the ugly 3-4 foot tall service equipment in my back yard. Butterflies love them. The color is not quite as vibrant as I had hoped but that could be due to soil or water. Get them!
May 9, 2013 | By JackieLou
Just beautiful and great smelling...the butterflies really do love it :)
May 5, 2013 | By H
Great plant that attracts butterflies
Apr 8, 2012 | By Donna
Just received two of these yesterday and I was very pleased. They were a very nice size and very healthy. I cant wait to see them when they bloom.
Oct 9, 2011 | By Busia U.
Planted in June. By July small buds appeared. By end of Aug. plant grew over 4 feet. Was amazed that some of the flowers were over 6 inches in length with beautiful colors of lavender, orange, yellow and purple in the first 3 months and is still blooming. Can't wait to see what next season brings.
May 31, 2011 | By Heather
I purchased this last year for a full sun area of my garden. The varigated colors were interesting, the butterflies LOVED it, and it was practically drought tolerant since I did not water it nearly as frequently as I should have yet it bloomed prolifically! The only reason I am giving it 4 stars instead of 5 is that the blooms and overall plant size are smaller than what I was expecting. (The butterfly bushes I've had in the past were much larger.) That being said, it is such a nice plant that I am purchasing a second one this year to better fill in my garden.