Buddleja ‘Bel Argent’
The Buddleja ‘Bel Argent’ (Buddleja ‘Bel Argent’) is a flowering, deciduous shrub in the Scrophulariaceae family. It is a hybrid Buddleja.
It is native to central China.
It grows in an arch-shape, up to 1.5 metres (5 feet) tall.
Its leaves are 7-13 centimetres (3-5 inches) long.
The flowers are lilac to purple inflorescences that are about 8 centimetres (3 inches) long.
The flowers are hermaphroditic, having both male and female parts on the same plant. They are sweet and attract many species of butterflies that feed on the nectar.
Photographed at the Paris Botanical Garden, France, February 2023.
Photographer: Martina Nicolls
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3 comments on “Buddleja ‘Bel Argent’”
Beautiful flowering shrub! The Buddleja ‘Bel Argent’ produces lilac to purple inflorescences that attract many species of butterflies, making it a great addition to any garden.
Thanks for sharing.
Thank you so much. I totally agree with you. It certainly does attract butterflies, which are glorious to see. – Martina
I love the little flowers 🥰