Bearing delicate scented flower spikes up to 30-40cm (12-18”) in length with large ball heads of clear pale pink flowers with an orange eye this Buddleja is best grown in sun with flowers early August through to late September, sometimes into October
Buddleja x weyeriana ‘Pink Pagoda’ is drought tolerant but if you water when it is very dry it will look like the photos below.
This is a rabbit and deer resistant plant, a darling of a Butterfly Bush.
Attracts bees and butterflies, and hummingbirds in the USA, due to its fragrance.
A hybrid between B. x weyeriana ‘Sungold’ and B ‘Pink Delight’ made in 1994, the plant was trialled by Blooms of Bressingham for 10 years.
Now available in the US Canada and Japan as B.’Inspired Pink’ and as B. ‘PInk Pagoda in UK and Europe having been named by plantsman Roy Lancaster in 2009.