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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

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White Ball Dwarf Butterfly Bush. This amazing genetic dwarf produces large, long bloom heads of white in abundance July through fall, attracting Butterflies and Hummingbirds the entire time! If you remove dead blooms, it will keep going all the way to frost. Small enough to fit into the smallest garden or patio, the compact bush forms a tight ball of silvery green leaves; combined with the white flowers, it positively glows in the evening garden.

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from Garden Crossings, LLC

Lo & Behold® Buddleia x

Cute and Compact describes Buddelia Blue Chip. For gardening in small spaces you do not need to limit your ideas, you just need to shrink them. With a huge new selection of compact shrubs, Butterfly Bush Blue Chip is a Garden Crossings favorite. http://www.gardencrossings.com/Compact-Flowering-Shrubs

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from Old Farmer's Almanac

Butterfly Bush

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.)

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Buddleja davidii A dwarf variety with fragrant blue blooms; also known as the Butterfly bush. Very easy to grow, reliable steady bloomer and requires very little attention. Regular deadheading will encourage repeat blooming. Suitable for a full sun to part shade position, frost tolerant and requires little water once established. This variety is sterile / …

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Butterfly Bush Dwarf Buddleja davidii Peacock ('Peakeep') and normal size 'Pink Delight' showing different height plant habits

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