Buddleja asiatica

Buddleja asiatica

Another tender Buddleja, a real beauty, with delicate drooping heads of white flowers that carry a heavenly honey scent. If you are lucky enough to have a large conservatory or sun-room that is kept above 45F or thereabouts you can grow it. The cut flowers last several days in a vase and scent a room.

Buddleja asiatica

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Buddleja x lewisiana ‘Margaret Pike’

Buddleja x lewisiana 'Margaret Pike'

A cultivar of the hybrid Buddleja madagascariensis × Buddleja asiatica raised by A V Pike at Hever Castle, England, in 1951. The shrub was accorded the Award of Merit (AM) by the Royal Horticultural Society in 1953, followed by the First Class Certificate (FCC) in 1954. Sadly, not a hardy variety needing greenhouse protection during Winter. This specimen was flowering January 2016 having been 'greenhoused' at Lowaters (Hants)

Buddleja x lewisiana 'Margaret Pike'
Buddleja x lewisiana 'Margaret Pike'
Buddleja lewisiana 'Margaret Pike'
Buddleja lewisiana 'Margaret Pike'
Buddleja lewisiana 'Margaret Pike'
Buddleja lewisiana 'Margaret Pike'
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