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Buddleia x 'Lilac Chip' PP24016 Plant propagation prohibited

LO & BEHOLD® LILAC CHIP BUTTERFLY BUSH

Breeder
Buy Lo & Behold® Lilac Chip Butterfly Bush online. Lilac Chip is a dwarf, seedless variety which reblooms until frost without deadheading. It has soft, lavender-pink flowers and is more compact than 'Blue Chip'.

Height:

1-2 Feet

Spread:

1-2 Feet

Hardiness Zone:

5-9

What's My Hardiness Zone?

Plant Characteristics

Bark Color*
  • Tan
Bark Type*
  • Rough
Brand*
  • Proven Winners
Cultural Information*
  • Root Rot - Low Resistance
  • Leaf Scorch - Moderate Resistance
  • Powdery Mildew - High Resistance
  • Leaf Spot - Moderate Resistance
Flower Color*
  • Lavender
Flower Type*
  • Fragrant
Growth Habit*
  • Compact Growing
  • Dwarf/Small Growing
Growth Rate*
  • Fast
Leaf Color Fall*
  • Green
Leaf Color Spring*
  • Green
Leaf Color Summer*
  • Green
Leaf Type*
  • Deciduous/Herbaceous
Nature Assets*
  • Attracts Butterflies
  • Deer Resistant
  • Attracts Bees
  • Attracts Hummingbirds
Plant Type*
  • Shrub
Preferred Planting Season*
  • Fall Planting
  • Summer Planting
  • Spring Planting
Preferred Soil Conditions*
  • Drought Tolerant
  • Well-Drained
  • Average
  • Prefers Dry Soils
  • Low Water Use
  • Adapts Well to Most Soil Types
Propagation Methods*
  • Cuttings or Divisions
Season of Interest*
  • Spring Flowering
  • Summer
  • Fall Flowering
  • Fall
  • Late Spring/Early Summer
  • Summer Flowering
  • Spring
  • Late Summer/Early Autumn
Sun Exposure*
  • Prefers Full Sun in Northern States
  • Prefers Full Sun in Southern States
Uses*
  • Wildlife Habitat
  • Rain Garden
  • Mass Planting
  • Near Water Gardens or Ponds
  • Rock Gardens
  • Border Plant
  • Cut Flowers
  • Under Power Lines
  • Accent Plant
 

Homeowner Growing & Maintenance

Buddleia is slightly difficult to grow and needs to be planted in locations where it does not stay wet. Feed once a year with a slow release fertilizer. To give your plant the best start possible, we include free fertilizer with every order.

Interesting Notes

Developed by Dr. Dennis Werner, director of the JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University and a plant breeder in the NC State College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Other varieties of low growing buddleia are promised for the future.