Butterfly-bush-lo-and-behold, this little butterfly bush really is a charmer! it has all the fragrance and butterfly appeal of traditional varieties in a small, easy to maintain package. 'blue chip' stays under three feet tall without any pruning, and blooms continuously from mid summer to frost without deadheading. it is frost tolerant, non-invasive and very easy to grow.. Lo & behold® blue chip jr. butterfly bush buddleja x 'blue chip jr.' plant patent #26,581; can. plant breeders rights applied for sku #40762 this new addition to the lo & behold® series is more compact than 'blue chip', with a dwarf, slightly spreading habit., lo and behold 'blue chip jr.' butterfly bush from proven winners features attractive blue and purple blooms with silver and green leaves. this shrub attracts bees, butterflies and hummingbirds while resisting deer. 1.5-2.5 ft. tall and 1.5-2 ft. wide at maturity full sun (8 hours) required.
Lo and behold® blue chip dwarf butterfly bush features showy panicles of fragrant purple flowers at the ends of the branches from mid summer to mid fall. the flowers are excellent for cutting. it has grayish green foliage throughout the season. the fuzzy narrow leaves do not develop any appreciable fall color., plant your lo and behold 'purple haze' butterfly bush in full sun and soil that drains well. each spring, prune the branches down to where you see new leaves forming, fairly close to the ground. water it a little more in the first year. that's all you have to do to keep your butterfly bush healthy and bringing in monarchs and other butterflies..
The lo & behold blue chip butterfly bush grows well in medium to dry soil but won't thrive in wet conditions. plant this shrub in full sun. this fun and lively plant makes a spectacular groundcover. plant a few around your butterfly garden to attract butterflies and hummingbirds!, lo and behold 'blue chip' jr. butterfly bush from proven winners is small, compact and has attractive bluish purple blooms and silver-green leaves. it is great for mass plantings, containers or mixed.
A low spreading charmer of a butterfly bush, lo & behold 'purple haze' has uniquely horizontal branches that produce an abundance of fragrant dark purple-blue flowers. the flowers radiate outward and downward like a pinwheel, and are continuous from mid summer to frost., buddleja is a genus of about 100 species of mainly shrubs but also some trees and climbers. they are native to asia, africa and north and south america. commonly called butterfly bush, they are very attractive to butterflies and other pollinators..
In fact, lo & behold 'purple haze' butterfly bush isn't even your average member of the award-winning lo & behold series: it's still dwarf, non-invasive, and blooms all summer without deadheading, but it has a strong horizontal, wider-than-tall habit and large, pendulous flower spikes that cascade downward.