Lawn & Landscape

January 4, 2011 at 5:36 PM Leave a comment

Lo & Behold ‘Purple Haze’

Buddleia ‘Purple Haze’ ppaf, cbraf
The ‘Purple Haze’ is the newest addition to the Lo & Behold series of dwarf, eco-friendly butterfly bush. It has a unique, horizontal, low spreading habit with feathery, deep green leaves, making it an excellent ground covering  plant. The dark purple-blue flowers radiate outward and downward like a purple pinwheel. It’s continuous blooming and is sterile so you don’t get unwanted seedlings in the garden. Developed by Dr. Dennis Werner of NC State University. USDA 5, AHS 9, 24-36-inches tall x 36-inches wide.

For a full list and pictures of the new introductions click on the link:

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Entry filed under: Green Information, Nature Notes.

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