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Butterfly Bush (Buddleia davidii) 'Black Night' - Don't fertilize or overwater. Do deadhead. In spring, very slow to break dormancy. 4 ft. high and wide. For full sun. (Good article.)

Butterfly Bush (Buddleia davidii) 'Black Night' - Don't fertilize or overwater. Do deadhead. In spring, very slow to break dormancy. 4 ft. high and wide. For full sun. (Good article.)

How to Grow Butterfly Bushes - Use these tips for growing and caring for your Butterfly Bush. It is an easy keeper and requires little water and can survive both hot summers and cold winters.

How to Grow Butterfly Bushes - Use these tips for growing and caring for your Butterfly Bush. It is an easy keeper and requires little water and can survive both hot summers and cold winters.

Butterfly Bush Planting: Tips On Caring For Butterfly Bushes    Pink Delight variety, can reach 5 feet tall

Butterfly Bush Planting: Tips On Caring For Butterfly Bushes Pink Delight variety, can reach 5 feet tall

Great idea: dwarf butterfly bush and it's non-invasive. Bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds love it. Looks lovely along a pathway.Win $250 in flowers to make your garden pop with the Proven Winners Dream Garden Sweepstakes #ad

Great idea: dwarf butterfly bush and it's non-invasive. Bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds love it. Looks lovely along a pathway.Win $250 in flowers to make your garden pop with the Proven Winners Dream Garden Sweepstakes #ad

Attract butterflies and hummingbirds to your garden by adding a bright pop of color to your beds and borders! The large, cone-shaped flower clusters of 'Bicolor' have a sweet, honey-like scent that makes the plant irresistible to pollinators. Virtually pest-free and drought tolerant when established, butterfly bushes are also deer and rabbit resistant. These perennial workhorses bloom from summer to fall, keeping your garden bustling with life for months on end.

Attract butterflies and hummingbirds to your garden by adding a bright pop of color to your beds and borders! The large, cone-shaped flower clusters of 'Bicolor' have a sweet, honey-like scent that makes the plant irresistible to pollinators. Virtually pest-free and drought tolerant when established, butterfly bushes are also deer and rabbit resistant. These perennial workhorses bloom from summer to fall, keeping your garden bustling with life for months on end.