When do you cut back a butterfly bush?

Answer On One Hand: Butterfly Bush is Easy to Trim Any TimeButterfly bush (Buddleia davidii) can be cut way back---almost to ground level---since they bloom on new growth, so GardensAlive says that it's e... Read More »

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How far back do I cut my butterfly bush?

A butterfly bush can be cut back to the ground after the first frost in the fall. New growth will appear in the spring and those shoots will produce blooms.Source:Mountain Valley Growers: Butterfly... 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 »

Does a butterfly bush reseed itself?

The butterfly bush is a prolific plant. It can produce up to 40,000 seeds per flower head and has a germination rate of 90% or higher. Seeds can remain viable in the soil for about 3 to 5 years and... Read More »

Does a butterfly bush need to be in full sun?

Butterfly bushes (Buddleia) require full sunlight, but can withstand some shade in the warmer climates. These bushes grow in many soil types, require pruning in the warmer areas and attract many in... Read More »