Buddleja lindleyana ‘Floral Fanfare’

Buddleja lindleyana ‘Floral Fanfare’ is completely different to the species and maybe the world’s first double flowered Buddleja. The purple–violet flowers are like B. lindleyana, but 95% are layers of silky double petals and strikingly beautiful  It can be grown as a shrub, although it is best trained on a short 1m stem to show off the pendulous flowers in a container or on a Patio.

Prune late spring down to 25cm

The flowers are unscented and completely sterile, so no unwanted seedlings. The plant directs its energy into a long-lasting floral display from July until the end of September.

  • Hardy to -10°C
  • Any well drained soil but not shallow chalky soil
  • Small light green leaves
  • Flowering July to October
  • Flowers purple-violet double
  • Attracting Hummingbird Hawkmoth 
  • May require some protection the first winter in very cold areas -8 c

Regular removal of spent flowers will extend the flowering period of all summer flowering Buddleja.




Genus Buddleja
Species lindleyana
Cultivar 'Floral Fanfare'
Category Deciduous shrub
Height & Spread 100 cm x 50 cm
Plant Breeders Rights PBR Pending
Colours Colours and sizes are approximate and are intended as a guideline and may vary according to local conditions.
  • Buddleja lindleyana Floral Fanfare
  • Buddleja lindleyana Floral Fanfare
  • Buddleja lindleyana 'Floral Fanfare' with Peacock ipad Peter Moore August 9th 2021




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