Buddleja x weyeriana Weyer
Buddleja x weyeriana (22532 bytes)
An unusual hybrid between B. davidii and B.globosa. It is a well growing, summergreen shrub. The flowers are produced on ball- shaped heads in long slender panicles on the young wood from July to the first frost. Their color is orange-yellow, often mauve tinged. For mild climates, not so frostresistant as B.davidii-hybrids. 

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Cultivated: Germany

Author: Ulrich Herzog

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