Buddleja davidii Berries and Cream

 

  • Very hardy.
  • Any well-drained soil
  • Flowers late  July – early September  15-20 cm  in length 
  • Bicoloured purple and white flowers and a few flowers on each raceme wholly white and a few wholly purple
  • Excellent at attracting butterflies
  • Erect inhabit
  • Removing the dead flower spikes will encourage secondary shoots to develop more flowers.
  • Berries and Cream is a tall erect plant with a profusion of flowers. In garden trials for 6 years, more butterflies were attracted to this variety than other cultivars in my garden.
  • Plants in garden centres are grown by trade nurseries under glass so the flowers may not be variegated, however, once planted the new flowers will be variegated.

I have compiled and funded  a website for the National Buddleja Collection

Genus Buddleja
Species davidii
Cultivar Berries and Cream 'PMOORE14'
Category Deciduous shrub
Height & Spread 2 to 2.5 m 6 to 7ft x 1.5 m 3-4 ft
Plant Breeders Rights EU20162117 Propagation for resale is illegal without a licence from the breeder or Agent.
Colors Colours and sizes are approximate and are intended as a guideline and may vary according to local conditions.
  • Buddleja Berries and Cream Peter Moore

    Buddleja Berries and Cream Peter Moore

  • Buddleja Berries and Cream Peter Moore

    Buddleja Berries and Cream Peter Moore

  • Buddleja Berries and Cream Peter Moore

    Buddleja Berries and Cream Peter Moore

  • Buddleja Berries and Cream Richard Loader

  • Buddleja Berries and Cream Peter Moore

    Buddleja Berries and Cream Peter Moore

  • Flowering in garden in North Hampshire July 2020 Photo Brian Cartright

Worldwide Stockists