Butterfly Bush Planting: Tips On Caring For Butterfly Bushes

Butterfly Bush Care – How To Care For A Butterfly Bush

Butterfly bushes are grown for their long panicles of colorful flowers and their ability to attract butterflies and beneficial insects. Read this article to learn how to care for a butterfly bush of your own.

Butterfly Bush (Buddleia davidii) 'Black Night' - Don't fertilize or overwater. Do deadhead. In spring, very slow to break dormancy. 4 ft. high and wide. For full sun. (Good article.)

Butterfly Bush

Butterfly Bush Black Night, Buddleia davidii – dwarf grows wide and tall - drough tolerant - DEADHEAD - slow from winter dormancy - not a heavy feeder - compost around plant in spring, degrees

How To Train A Butterfly Bush Into A Tree

How To Train A Butterfly Bush Into A Tree

Deer Repellent - Pink Delight Butterfly Bush

Deer Repellent - Pink Delight Butterfly Bush (along the lattice work on the back deck)

Dwarf butterfly bushes...I have to have some of these!

Buddleia Blue Chip Lo and Behold Shrub (Garden Crossings Online Garden Center) Attracts butterflies!

How to Grow Butterfly Bushes - Use these tips for growing and caring for your Butterfly Bush. It is an easy keeper and requires little water and can survive both hot summers and cold winters.

Growing Butterfly Bushes - The Butterfly Bush is easy to grow. It requires little water and can survive both hot summers and cold winters.

Invasive.  Only provides nectar.  Not a host for reproduction.

Butterfly Bush Care – How To Care For A Butterfly Bush

Butterfly Bush Planting: Tips On Caring For Butterfly Bushes Pink Delight variety, can reach 5 feet tall - Hummingbird Gardens

Butterfly garden - but use butterfly weed instead of goldenrod and maybe Montauk daisy instead of the echinacea.

Butterfly garden

Butterfly garden Wouldnt use golden rod, but Im sure there are other options Patricia Heaton

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