Buddleja megalocephala BSWJ 9106

A relatively new introduction from very high altitude in Guatemala where it grows up to 5m tall at 3350m alt. Long narrow foliage has particularly white hairy undersides and the terminal heads of yellow turning deep burnt orange flowers are produced in ball shaped clusters, much in the same way as B. globosa, in summer. This will no doubt be best tried in a sheltered corner.

Pot size: 2L
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