Buddleja sterniana

Now part of the highly variable B. crispa, I retain the name here as it is a distinct entity with ornamental features. A rounded bushy deciduous shrub up to 3m tall with young shoots, leaf undersides and flower stalks covered with dense white woolly hair. The leaf upper surface is at first covered in golden-brown wool. Fragrant pale lavender flowers in spring.

Pot size: 2L
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