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White Swan

B White Swan forms a dwarf neat mound shaped plant reaching  a height of 60 to 80cm and a width of 100cm. It bears bright white flowers with yellow eyes flowers above narrow foliage  in the summer and autumn. 

Over the past 20 years well over 150 new hybrids have come to the market, many raised in the USA.

More of these introductions will be planted in the collection this year. Currently this plant is available for sale in the plant centre but has not been assessed for reliability, hardness, habit and flowering.

The description is taken from the marketing agents’ promotion material and has not been verified by the collection holder.

 History

This cultivar was bred by Ball Ornamentals in West Chicago, USA.

 

 

 

 

  • Flower Colour: White with yellow eye
  • Habit: Mound forming
  • Eventual height: 60cm - 80cm (2-3ft) Spread: 100cm (3ft)
  • Hardiness: Very hardy - 20°C USDA zones 5-9
  • Leaf colour: Green and narrow
  • Flowering: Very floriferous.
  • Fragrance:
  • Situation: Prefers a sunny position
  • Wildlife: Good for bees, butterflies and other insects
  • Later in the year some close up images of the flowers and leaves will be added along with a botanical description.

Project Details

FAMILY

Scrophulariaceae

Place of Origin

Central China, west China and Japan

Plant Heritage

Accession Number

All details of our collection are held on the main Plant Heritage database including plant name, accession number, date of accession and plant source.

AWARD OF GARDEN MERIT

15 Buddleja were awarded an AGM  at the 2008-10 Wisley Trial.  It was mainly the  Buddleja davidii that were judged but we have many others in our 160+ collection which are worthy winners.

  • Genus Buddleja
  • Hybrid White Swan 'BUD797'
  • Category semi - deciduous Shrub
  • Propagation for resale is illegal without a licence from the agent
  • Colours and sizes are approximate and are intended as a guideline, cultivation notes should be followed

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