This compact new Buddleia fits easily into urban gardens with its shorter, dense habit. Unlike other dwarf Buddleias that become very wide-spreading, the Humdinger collection’s ‘Orchid Annie’ keeps its neat shape as it ages, growing to a petit 3' tall and 4’ wide in two years. The long 10-12”, rich white flowers adorn graceful branches starting in mid-summer. Secondary blooms will extend the flowering season.
Prune in early spring down to 12-15" size to rejuvenate. Clip spent flowers to encourage rebloom. Thrives in full to part sun and most soils.