Make a wise investment in your garden's real estate with Pugster Pinker® butterfly bush (Buddleia x). Replacing the original Pugster Pink®, this buddleia features bigger and richer blooms than its predecessor. Though this dwarf selection from Proven Winners is just a fraction of the size of other butterfly bush, its flowers aren't - they're gigantic, providing even more butterfly-attracting power. The sweet pink flowers are packed closely together into spikes and appear all summer without deadheading. Always a hit with butterflies and hummingbird moths in our garden!
Cannot be shipped to OR or WA.
Size: 2' tall and wide
Light: full sun (6+ hrs/day)
Hardiness: USDA zone 5-9 (Find your hardiness zone)
Pollinator value: attracts adult butterflies of many species; also attracts hummingbird moths
Notable features: fragrant, deer resistant, drought tolerant, long blooming, deadheading not required.
Pot size: one quart
Plant name: Pugster Pinker® Buddleia x 'SMNBDPT' pp#28,836, CBRAF
For complete growing details, click on over to our garden guide.
Love my little Pugster Butterfly bush.
Arrived in great shape and it just blooming away out there in my garden.
When I received the plants, they were looking pretty rough. The soil was dry and the plants looked like they were going to die. I gave them water and let them sit for a couple days. They did perk up. I planted them, but upon seeing the roots, didn’t hold out much hope that they would live. They are still alive! I hope they stay alive. Was disappointed in the condition they arrived in though. Other places do better. Not sure I will try again with them or not. We shall see!
Great plants!Been in ground for a couple weeks. Blooming now.Butterflys love them!
Love them. They flower and you don't have to deadhead them. they are compact so you really don't have to trim them. And even the leaf without the flower is attractive.
So far so good the blooms are beautiful but they're bigger than the bush itself and consequently they lay down on the ground I've staked them but not sure how sturdy they will grow