Butterfly Bush’s fragrant flower spikes attract butterflies and humming birds all summer long. Bloom color varies and may be yellow, white, pink, red or shades of purple. Plants feature a graceful arching habit that is appealing as a background in informal gardens. Smaller varieties may be grown closer to front border as accents or in groupings. Foliage color may be chartreuse, or a grayish blue.
- Sun to Part Sun
- Attracts birds, bees and hummingbirds
- Drought tolerant once established
- Great cut flowers
- Low maintenance
- Deer resistant
- Plant size and bloom color is variety specific
Landscape features include summer long blooms which attract wildlife and graceful, arching growth habit.