Buddleia ' Queen of Hearts' MONARCH® Collection

Status: Out of Stock
Mature Height: 2 to 3 ft.
Mature Spread: 3 to 4 ft.
Proper Name: Buddleia 'Queen of Hearts' PP27987 MONARCH® Collection

Collections: Collection - Shrubs & Perennials, In the Greenhouse, New Blooms Local Stock

Product type: Perennial

Tags: Bloom Fall, Bloom Summer, Deer Resistant, Disease Resistant, Dry Conditions, Fast Growing, Feeds Pollinators, Flower (Pink), Flower (Purple), Full Sun, Large Blooms, Long Blooming

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Description

With large magenta blooms and dense calming green foliage. This small to medium sized upright selection of butterfly bush is sure to capture the hearts of pollinators and plant enthusiasts everywhere. The butterfly bush is a staple of many gardens due to its fast growth rate, hardiness, and prolific blooms. Arriving in late summer, the bottle shaped blooms of this buddleia are 7-9 inches in length and a vibrant shade of pink that contrasts extremely well with the cool green/blue foliage. Butterly bushes are named such because they are a bounty for pollinators attracting hummingbirds, bees, butterflies and other pollinators to their sweet-scented blooms.

Bloom Color:Vibrant pink to magenta
Bloom Period:Late summer to fall
Genus & Species:Buddleia 'Queen of Hearts' PP27987 MONARCH® Collection
Mature Height:2 to 3 ft.
Mature Spread:3 to 4 ft.
Plant Spacing:4 to 5 ft.
Planting Depth:Crown level with the soil line
Planting Time:Spring or fall planting
Soil Type:Moist well drained soil - drought resistant when established
Sun Exposure:Full sun (6+ hours)
Zone:5 to 10

General care for any tree or shrub is easy, please educate yourself and follow these simple rules.

Caring for Buddleia ' Queen of Hearts' MONARCH® Collection

Buddleias - Butterfly Bush - are most successful when planted in rich, well drained soil high in organic matter. They benefit from alkaline conditions so periodic treatment of lime can be beneficial to growth and flower production. Once established buddleias are moderately drought resistant, but should be monitored for stress during extended periods of dry weather. Pruning is suggested especially in northern locations in order to stimulate growth, cutting them back to about 12 inches promotes new growth and more flowers. Pruning also promotes denser more compact plants, and will restore plants that have become stringy, thin or open. Similar to crape myrtles buddleias break dormancy late in the spring, so don't worry if they are still sticks when the rest of your plants are leafed out. Just be patient and they will explode with growth by mid to late spring.

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