Buddleja salviifolia white flowered

The name on this one is tentative at present, but the plant is a beauty. The leaves differ from the more usually grown blue flowered form by being greener, with additional white hairs, and having a more bullate (blistered/puckered) surface. Big heads of highly scented creamy white flowers in spring. Hardiness seems good, but a warm wall would be sensible.

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