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Buddleja 'Berries and Cream'

Buddleja 'Berries and Cream'


This striking Buddleja is a new introduction from the well-known breeder Peter Moore. With bicoloured flowers in shades of white and purple, it stands out from other varieties of Buddleja. Each raceme on 'Berries and Cream' will carry some single coloured flowers in purple or white as well as the unusual bicoloured flowers. This variety is highly floriforous, producing many racemes of flowers, 15-20cm in length, from June to October.


'Berries and Cream' was bred by Peter Moore at his Longstock Nursery, where he has curated the National Collection of Buddleja for over 15 years. After finding a variegated flower on a Buddleja ‘Royal Red’, he self-pollinated and saved the seeds. Following extensive trials in his garden, a seedling was selected that went onto be named 'Berries and Cream'.

Perfect for Pollinators

'Berries and Cream' is a party for bees and butterflies! They adore the nectar-rich flowers and will flock to them. Buddleja are also known as the 'Butterfly Bush' as they are always a popular choice for these pretty pollinators, but 'Berries and Cream' trumps other varieties to become a favourite of the butterflies. 

Info. & Care                                                   

  • Upright habit                                                  
  • Eventual height:  2 to 2.5m high x  1 to 1.5m wide                                                     
  • Hardy to - 20°C                      
  • Fragrant with a sweet scent                                                                                                      
  • Deer and rabbit resistant
  • Grows to about 2 m high and 70 cm wide
  • Plant in full sun in fertile, well-drained soil

Our Buddleja 'Berries & Cream' are Lovingly Grown on our own nursery so you can be assured of the very best quality.


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