In the land of the Lilliputians, Gulliver is the giant. In the land of butterfly bushes, Buddleja ‘Gulliver’ lives up to its name! Why? Because the flowers of B. ‘Gulliver’ are incredibly big!
B. ‘Gulliver’ has a compact growth habit and reaches a height of 175 cm. This bush stands out because of its beautiful large spikes with an impressive length of 30 cm. Its flowers are lilac with small orange eyes.
Flowering profusely, we are not surprised bees and butterflies love this Buddleja! Think big, bigger, biggest with Buddleja davidii ‘Gulliver’! (Reinier Van Rijssen, Holland quote)
Buddleja ‘Gulliver’ is a British hybrid cultivar raised from a crossing of B. ‘Pink Delight’ and B. ‘Nanho White’ at the East Malling Research Station in Kent, England by Kenneth Tobutt and patented in 2007.