Buddleia davidii 'Wisteria Lane'
- New weeping form is reminiscent of Wisteria
- Dwarf variety perfect for smaller gardens
- Blooms non-stop through summer
This is a butterfly magnet! Buddleia davidii 'Wisteria Lane' has gorgeous cascading lavender flowers that look very much like Wisteria flowers. Blooms appear continuously in summer through fall. It is a dwarf variety making it an easy choice for any size garden. You will enjoy this novel variety as much as the countless nectar-feeders it will attract!
Uses: Asian Gardens, Beds, Borders, Containers, Landscapes, Mass Planting, Specimen, Xeriscaping
Nature Attraction: Butterflies, Hummingbirds, Bees, Pollinators
Critter Resistance: Deer, Rabbit
Notable Features: Fragrant, Long Blooming, Cut Flower, Drought Resistant, Tolerant of Heat & Humidity
Growth Habit: Mounding, Weeping
Homeowner Growing Tips: These prolific bloomers need to be grown in good soil or fertilized regularly to give them energy necessary to create all that sweet nectar. Water regularly during hot and dry weather to prevent wilting. Removing spent flower spikes will encourage more new blooms. Mulch in winter in northern climates.
In early spring, cut dead branches back to green sprouts, as new growth emerges. Slow to resume growth in spring until temperatures warm up, so be patient; once established, it is a fast grower in the summer heat.