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Buddleia x Pugster Pinker® ('SMNBDB')

Pugster Pinker® Butterfly Bush: Patent PP33565

  • »  Supports bees
  • »  Attracts butterflies
  • »  Deer and rabbit resistant
  • »  Fragrant flower
  • »  Continuous bloom or reblooms

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Full-sized flowers on a dwarf plant! Meet Pugster Pinker™ butterfly bush - the newest member of a unique series that offers full-sized flowers on dwarf plants. This compact butterfly bush reaches just 2'/.6 m tall and wide but has the large, full flowers normally seen on a much larger plant. It blooms non-stop from early summer through frost with very rich pink flowers, each with a tiny bright orange eye in the center. Thanks to thick, sturdy stems, the Pugster® series offers vastly improved hardiness and winter survival over other types of dwarf butterfly bush.

Top reasons to grow Pugster Pinker butterfly bush:

- Rich pink flowers add drool-worthy impact to any garden or landscape.

- Produces full-sized flowers on a compact, dwarf frame.

- Thick, sturdy stems ensure better winter hardiness in zone 5 than other dwarf butterfly bush

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Border or Bed
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Maintenance and Care
Drought Tolerant
Heat Tolerant
Mass Planting
Attracts Wildlife
Attracts Butterflies
Supports Bees
Critter Resistance
Deer Resistant
Rabbit Resistant
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Ground Cover
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Wet Soil/Wetlands
Growing & Maintenance Tips for Buddleia x Pugster Pinker®

Plant in full sun for best flowering. Deadheading not required for continuous bloom. In clay soils, plant a bit higher than ground level to divert moisture away from the center of the plant.

With its dwarf habit and very large flowers, the Pugster® series of buddleia is ideal for perennial gardens, mixed borders, and containers. They also make a neat and showy edging.

Good drainage is essential. The combination of wet soil and cold temperatures is particularly detrimental.