‘Miss Molly’

Butterfly Bush

Buddleia x

'Miss Molly'

USPP 23,425; CBR 4446

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  • Fantastic color
  • Compact habit
  • Non-invasive

The closest to red we've seen! The fragrant flowers of 'Miss Molly' butterfly bush are a rich sangria-red, which is typically even more intense in warm weather and hot climates. But it's not just the flower color that sets 'Miss Molly' apart - it also boasts a refined, semi-dwarf habit that is perfect for gardens and residential landscapes. Non-invasive and approved for sale in Oregon.

Awards RHS Award of Garden Merit

USDA Zone 5 - 9 (-20°F/-28.9°C)

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Exposure Full sun

Height 4 - 5'

Width 4 - 5'

Finish Time .5 season

Type Deciduous

Bloom Time Summer - frost

Flower Color Red

Foliage Color Green

Liner Sizes 2 1/4", 4", Quick Turn

Soil Good drainage is essential. The combination of wet soil and cold temperatures is particularly detrimental.

Pruning Prune only after new growth emerges in spring. Cut back to just above a set of large, healthy buds.

Uses The medium size and refined habit of 'Miss Molly' makes it well suited to mixed borders and perennial gardens, as well as butterfly and humminbird gardens. It can be incorporated into foundation plantings, but is best combined with other plants to ensure interest in winter and spring.

Growing Tips Plant in full sun for best flowering. Deadheading not required for continuous bloom. In clay soils, plant a bit higher than ground level to divert moisture away from the center of the plant.