Flowering earlier than other buddleyas this shrub is also known as the orange ball tree after the clusters of orange globe like flowers it produces from late spring. Unlike other buddleyas it should be pruned after flowering by removing only old branches to the base this will keep it a manageable size and also ensure flowers the following year. Grow in full sun likes slightly acidic soil but copes with average pH. Like other buddleyas it is attractive to bees and butterflies it also makes a great cut flower. Very hardy.
Available in 2 litre pots