Butterfly Bush Weeds?

Answer Buddleia, commonly known as butterfly bush, is an attractive shrub that produces showy flowers, and it is a magnet for butterflies, making it a appealing addition to most gardens. Unfortunately, bu... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Butterfly Bush Weeds

How do I plant butterfly weeds in Florida?

StartingStart the seeds for butterfly weeds in August. The seeds require a period of cold temperatures to stratify, and must be started indoors. This is especially true in the hot climate of Florid... Read More »

What is a butterfly bush?

A butterfly bush is a large shrub that produces ample amounts of purple and blue flowers during the summer months. The bush is easy to care for and notorious for attracting butterflies.Plant Descri... Read More »

How many hours of sun does a butterfly bush need?

The butterfly bush, also referred to as summer lilac, needs six to eight hours of direct sunlight per day. A native plant of the Chihuahuan Desert, the butterfly bush requires little maintenance an... Read More »

When does a butterfly bush come out of dormancy?

The butterfly bush (Buddleia davidii) is never technically in dormancy. According to the Penn State Cooperative Extension, it is a subshrub, not a woody shrub, and subshrubs are never completely do... Read More »