Miss Molly Butterfly Bush

Buddleja x 'Miss Molly' PP #23,425; CPBR #4446

SKU
07739
If you think Miss Ruby has awesome flower color, Miss Molly pushes the color spectrum with blooms boasting rich hues of dark Sangria-red. Flowers appear from July until frost, a real treat for butterflies and hummingbirds! Compact branching form remains neat and tidy in the landscape, and is non-invasive.
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Drought tolerant once established.

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Botanical PronunciationBUD-lee-uh
Average Size at MaturityReaches 4 to 5 ft. tall and 4 to 5 ft. wide.
Bloom TimeMidsummer to Late Fall
Deciduous/ EvergreenDeciduous
Flower AttributeFragrant, Long Bloom Season, Repeat Flowering, Showy Flowers
Flower ColorRed
Foliage ColorGray-green
Garden StyleCottage, Mediterranean, Rustic
Growth HabitCompact, Mounding
Growth RateFast
Landscape UseContainer, Mass Planting, Specimen, Wildlife Garden
Light NeedsFull sun
Patent ActAsexual reproduction of plants protected by the Plant Patent Act is prohibited during the life of the patent.
Soil NeedsTree & Shrub Food
Special FeatureAttracts Butterflies, Attracts Hummingbirds, Fast Growing, Compact Form
Water NeedsModerate
Watering NeedsDrought tolerant once established.

Prefers well-drained, fertile soil. Water deeply, regularly during first growing season to establish extensive root system; reduce frequency once established. Clip spent flowers to promote continued bloom. May die to the ground in colder zones, regrowing from the roots in spring. Elsewhere, prune in late fall or early spring. Feed in spring.

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This Plant's Growing Zones: 5 - 9

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