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RE: buddleia, butterfly bush

Um Theresa...

Are you saying that yours come back? Mine are dead to the ground
usually... Crack able sticks type thing. All my new shoots come from
underground... kind of like a hardy hibiscus... this is the first time
anything showed up elsewhere. I prune them down to about 6 inches from
the ground... or wherever they crack off at :)


> Hmmm- i've never had any problem with buddleias- but I just prune
> not
> cut them back so severely.  They grew well in Western NY- zone 6 and
> do
> here zone 8-9.  In fact they tolerate neglect.
> Theresa

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