- Height: 4-5 feet
- Hardiness Zone: 5-9
- Exposure: Full Sun
- Bloom Time: June-October
- Each Quart contains 1 Miss Molly Butterfly Bush
Miss Molly Buddleia Plants boasts a refined, semi-dwarf habit that's non-invasive. It’s the closest to red we've seen! Butterfly Bushes are a beloved treat for the butterflies and bees.
'Miss Molly' Buddleia x USPP 23,425, Can 4,446
Buddleia Companion Plants: Aster, Echinacea, Rudbeckia, Salvia
"Thanks again GrowJoy, awesome job!"
Randall S on 6/30/2021 9:36:13 PM
Comment: Amazed how everything I have ordered always arrives in such great shape and grow beautifully, please keep up the fantastic customer service, I will order annually.
"miss molly buddleia"
gina b on 7/7/2018 11:18:39 AM
Comment: These came very well packaged and one even had a nice flower on it. Doing very well in the garden. Very pleased.
Sixto G on 3/30/2016 11:27:22 AM
Comment: I got this plant in healthy conditions, very happy with new leaves growing everywhere. Very satisfied with the customer service. This plant had a main stem that looks like a sturdy branch, almost looks like a clone or cutting but if anything it is stronger than if it were to be seed grown. Cant wait till it gives the award winning color choice flowers (No wonder it's sold out for 2016) !! Highly recommended to anyone
CHERYL S on 5/21/2015 7:54:48 AM
Comment: My Buddleia plant was package very well and the plant is very healthy. Love it.
Debbie N on 7/2/2013 8:25:42 PM
Comment: It is amazing that such a beautiful flower can come out of a small bush! Love this Buddleia!
"Miss Molly Buddleia"
Jessica S. on 5/23/2013 9:02:43 AM
Comment: I have been wanting the Miss Molly Buddleia plant. The price for this is one high but competitive with other nurseries. The plant I received was small but healthy and Buddleias grow fairly fast so I am optimistic
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