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Buddleia Miss Violet has bright purple flower spikes
Miss Violet Butterfly bush attracts many kinds of butterflies and moths
Buddleia Miss Violet has bright purple flower spikes
Buddleia Miss Violet has bright purple flower spikes
Buddleia Miss Violet is approved for sale in Oregon and Washington

Buddleia 'Miss Violet' - Butterfly Bush

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Electrify your garden with color! The bright purple flower spikes of 'Miss Violet' butterfly bush practically glow in the garden. Hundreds of them grace this elegant, refined butterfly bush every summer, and you needn't lift so much as a finger to enjoy a continuous display, since this easy-care Proven Winners ColorChoice shrub doesn't need trimming or deadheading. We adore this variety in the landscape, garden, or in containers, where its color mixes fabulously with tropicals and annuals for a stunning summer combination. 

Developed by Dr. Dennis Werner of NCSU and approved for sale in Oregon and Washington.

Vital details:

Size: 4-5'/1.2-1.5m 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.

Plant nameBuddleia x 'Miss Violet' pp#28,448, cbr#5950

For complete growing details, click on over to our garden guide.

 

 

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Piper H.
Growing well

Shipped as expected. Got into the ground and about 4 weeks later I’ve got 2 bright purple blooms on each plant. They are doing very well.0

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Deborah S.
She’s struggling but hanging on

I have her not far from another butterfly bush. The soil is the same the sunlight is as plentiful. This little girl has not grown at all in the past month. However, she is still alive and I can see the beginnings of the flowers. I am hoping that she will have a growth spurt. I am a little discouraged but ever hopeful.