Buddleja marrubiifolia x saligna

A most unusual combination of two very rare species, one from SW USA and Mexico and the other from South Africa. Foliage is relatively small, softly hairy, pale grey and similar to B. marrubiifolia, whilst the flowers are closer to B. saligna with prominent exserted stamens, though not white but palest yellow, in summer. A very drought tolerant medium-sized shrub for a sunny position and well drained soil. Hardiness should be reasonably good under such conditions.

Pot size: 2L



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