Buddleja Free Petite Snow White ('Podaras No 15') (PBR)

butterfly bush Free Petite

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2 litre pot £17.99
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Buy Buddleja Free Petite Snow White ('Podaras No 15') (PBR) butterfly bush Free Petite: Undemanding but long-flowering

This shrub is deciduous so it will lose all its leaves in autumn, then fresh new foliage appears again each spring.

  • Position: full sun or partial shade
  • Soil: fertile, well-drained soil
  • Rate of growth: fast-growing
  • Flowering period: July to October
  • Hardiness: fully hardy

    This little plant will dazzle you with its abundance of white flowerspikes, which appear over a prolonged period from midsummer. It is a new compact form of butterfly bush, which will never get too big - or self-seed like its over-vigorous cousin. Well-behaved, low-maintenance and long-flowering....what more could you wish for?

  • Garden care: Prune back hard in March, removing all of the previous year's growth to three or four buds.

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Great buy, plenty of lovely white flowers

5

Planted in a pot on the patio and moved into the flower bed when flowering. Interesting shape before and after flowering with long flowing delicate branches.

Wellspring

Berkshire

true

I can totally recommend this shrub

5

Settled quickly in border and flowered straight away

Tripsy

Derbyshire

true

A bit messy

2

Easy and healthy. A bit messy. Fine for a slightly wilder look.

Isabel

Wiltshire

Not good in free draining soils

3

I planted three in my free draining soil assuming like most Buddlejas it would grow anywhere. Kept an eye on them and watered in drp spells but they did not grow well and took them out after a year

Clatto

Seaside

false

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3.8 4

66.7

hi. i bought this buddleja last year and although it is in a large tub with plenty of light and sun it has not flowered. also the branches are very long - at least a metre - making it quite a large bush and certainly not the compact little size as described. can you tell me why it is so long and leggy and not flowering? thanks.

anniep

If the stems are over 1m long, then there may have been a mix-up with the plant labels. Therefore, you should take some photos of the plant, showing where it is growing and how large it is, and send these to our customer services team (along with your order reference number) and we can look into it for you.

Helen

Hi bought this plant last year it hasn't flowered this year, is this normal ?

Jeanie

Hello, This is not typical but it will happen - usually if the plant is either not getting enough sun or nutrients.

Helen

Is this variety also attractive to butterflies?

Bumble

Hello, Yes, this plant will help attract butterflies to your garden.

Helen

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