Buddleja davidii Buzz Ivory - 9cm Potted Shrub Growing Chart
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Buddleja davidii Buzz Ivory - 9cm Potted Shrub
Was £7.99. Now £4.79
- Useful for container displays
- Great for small gardens and courtyards
- White flower heads just as large as non-container varieties
- Scented and pretty
- Attractive silver sword-shaped leaves
- Flowers attractive to colourful butterflies
- 9cm potted plant, delivered to your door
Enjoy the winning attributes of buddleja Buzz Ivory, a miniature container-perfect variety, great for patios or balconies and in small gardens. Buzz Ivory produces white flower heads that are just as large as non-miniature varieties of buddlejas and just as fragrant too.
Attracting beautiful butterflies like red admirals, peacocks and painted ladies Buzz Ivory brings life and animation to your garden and helps UK biodiversity at large.
Cut some flowers for pretty vase displays in your home. buddleja Buzz Ivory complements white lily flowers well and the lovely glossy foliage of lilies too. Position a plant of buddleja Buzz Ivory in the centre of a pot and surround with complementing white cascading bedding from flowers such as lobelias.
Every April cut all stems to around 5cm (2in) from the base. All new stems produce flowers later in the season. By pruning you keep your plant healthy and well-ventilated. Top up soil surface with a fresh layer of rich compost.See Full Description +
- Quantity 1x 9cm Potted Shrub
- Height Up To: 1.2m / 4ft
Delivery: Early March to Early September