• tall tapering racemes of white midsummer flowers on wiry black-purple stems
  • slender, bottlebrush-like, pale pinkish-white flowers above clumps of three-lobed, deep purple leaves
  • tallest variety with the darkest foliage, creamy white bottle brush like flowers
  • At half the height of Blue Fortune and Black Adder and with three times the flowers this compact stunner packs a punch
  • Selected for its shorter habit, ‘Mango Tango’ will also impress you with its vibrant flower colour. Individual flowers have dusky rose calyxes and light peach to dusky orange flowers, giving this plant an overall red-orange colour. Flowers cover the top ¾ of the plant. This compact plant has aromatic, medium green foliage.
  • ‘Peachie Keen’ bears loads of apricot peach flowers with complementary purplish pink calyxes just at the top of the foliage for a neatly proportional look. Because the calyxes are so colourful, this plant continues to look like it is blooming long after it is finished.
  • ‘Rosie Posie’ bears loads of hot pink flowers with magenta purple calyxes just at the top of the foliage for a neatly proportional look. Because the calyxes are so colourful, this plant continues to look like it is blooming long after it is finished.
  • large semi double flowers of deep rose pink open from fat round flower buds
  • This sweet Buddleja will charm you with its extremely long, 30cm light lavender purple flower panicles and a rounded, compact habit. Once in bloom as early as midsummer, this shrub will flower like crazy with good flower coverage. Although the best flowering power is its initial flowering, secondary flowers will extend the flowering season into early autumn.
  • Although this Buddleia has a shorter stature, its extremely dense, compact habit demands your attention in the garden. Very long 25 - 30cm, pure white flower panicles appear above the gum drop-like habit a few weeks sooner than you would expect for a Butterfly Bush. Although the best flower power is in its initial burst in mid to late summer, secondary flowers will extend the flowering season.
  • You’ll find this munchkin welcome in your sunny border because of its shorter stature and earlier blooming. 17 - 20cm fuchsia red flowers have lighter centres on each individual flower that look like eyes from afar. This free flowering variety will produce tons of flower panicles when in bloom. The low, rounded, ball-shaped habit has medium green foliage.

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