A unique colour for Buddleja ‘Honeycomb’ sports clusters of yellow flowers that deepen towards orange at the centres.
A unique colour departure for the butterfly bushes: Buddleia ‘Honeycomb’ sports clusters of yellow flowers that deepen towards orange at the centres. Said to be one of the most fragrant cultivars. Blooms from June until November. Drought tolerant once established. This is a love child of Buddleja globosa and B. davidii. The form is mostly that of B. davidii. B. globosa influences the flower spikes breaking them up into globular bunches in shades of orange.
Common Name: Butterfly Bush
Family: Buddlejaceae (The Butterfly Bush Family)
Zone Hardiness: 5-9
Light: Full Sun
Primary Bloom Colour: Orange
Secondary Bloom Colour: Yellow
Bloom Time: Summer
Soil Moisture: Average, Dry, Drought Tolerant
Benefits: Bees, Butterflies, Hummingbirds
Deer Resistant: Unknown
BC Native: No
Native Habitat: Found in rocky riverside habitats between 1300 - 2600m. Waste places, often on brick walls, cliffs or roadsides.
Geogrpahical Origin: Asia and the Pacific - Asia - China and Japan
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