An amazing early spring flowering buddlia. The grey leaves fall off during winter, finally leaving bare stems just before spring, allowing the amazing mauve purple flower panicles to become the show stopper in a late winter garden. When it is in flower it is often mistaken for a lilac. As it is winter flowering there are many unemployed gardeners who pruned at the wrong time, assuming it was ‘just a buddlia’.
Buddleia crispa 10
Often mistaken for a lilac. The grey leaves fall off during winter, leaving the amazing mauve purple flower panicles.
Himalayan Butterfly Bush
One of the best Jerusalem Sage with great overall form of the plant. The soft primrose yellow flowers appear 2 – 3 times per year, depending on general plant pruning. Even without the flowers the pure grey foliage is stunning – even in winter covered with frost. Very tough and easy to grow. Great for [...]