Here we have a surprising twist on the common Buddleia Davidii, being a cross between that and B. Globosa. The result is a splendid shrub with spectacular flowering spikes made up of rounded clusters in a glorious shade of yellow from late summer into autumn. Scented and much loved by butterflies. Full sun. Most soils. To 12 feet. 2 litre pot.
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As with other buddleias, prune hard back in early spring. You can also do a cut back in autumn to reduce height before winter.
There are a few named varieties of Buddleia Weyeriana, the best known of which is Sungold, but there are others, such as Honeycomb or Golden Glow. The species is perfectly nice, however, in our opinion.
A bit of bee action on a Buddleia Weyeriana specimen shrub:
Buddleia Weyeriana is a hardy vigorous shrub with conical yellow scented flower spikes in summer that attract butterflies suitable for sun or semi-shade.