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April 2013.
Exotic buddleia seeds for sale by post only $5 (£3.20p)
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Buddleia (also known as the "Butterfly Bush") are a great summer plant for the garden, they are easy to care for, they have bright vibrant colours, and they act like a magnet to butterflies (and Hummingbirds in warmer countries).  But when the summer is over some backwork is needed in cutting back the old wood ready for the next season.
At you can find all sorts of information about Buddleia, just follow the links at the  left of this page and enjoy your stay, oh! and don't forget to check the Buddleia News section for items and articles about Buddleia.
Enjoy your stay! 
Top tip for Buddleia in winter
If you didn't cut back your Buddleia this autumn, don't panic, you can always cut it back in April before any growth starts, and if you have very young Buddleia it might be a good idea to give it some protection from severe frost this winter.  An effective way to protect your young buddleia from the ravages of winter is simply dump a pile of leaf mulch on top of the cut back crown, this helps protect it from cold snaps and provides 'food' in spring time.
Did you know?
Did you know?
The first Buddleia to be introduced in the UK was Buddleia Globosa from Chile in 1774. The nursery was called "The Vineyard" and was run by Lewis Kennedy (1721 — 1782) and James Lee (1715 — 25 July 1795), "The Vineyard" was situated on the site where the current Olympia stands in Hammersmith, west London.

Did you know?
That one Buddleia davidii can produce three million seeds a year, and one flower can produce an estimated forty thousand seeds.

  Take care in the garden, use sun protection and avoid skin cancers like basal cell carcinoma.

Buddleia (davidii) They really will grow almost anywhere!

(photo by: thenunnery)