Botanical Name: Buddleia Podaras #3 PPAF
Depth: Place in a hole that is 2 times as wide and deep as the pot; plant top of root ball at soil surface.
Sun/Shade: Full Sun to light shade
Color: Aromatic, orange blooms
Foliage: Features a silver cast.
Blooms: Mid-season on current growth for 4-8 weeks
Form: Upright, mounding
Flower Form: Up to 14" long
Soil Requirements: Deep, rich, well-drained, moisture retentive
Growth Rate: Fast growth, even the first season.
Pruning: Bush may die down in the North. If not, cut the plant to the ground in the spring. In the South, prune to thin and clear old wood.
Comments: Attracts butterflies, moths, and hummingbirds. Very sweet fragrance. Unique tangerine color Dense, attractive shrub features aromatic, orange blooms superior to the old-fashioned varieties offered. Foliage features a silver cast. This sterile series that does not produce seed was selected and introduced because of its environmental benefits. Upright cultivars are prolific bloomers from early Summer until frost. Features scented foliage.
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