Building a Better Butterfly Bush

8 comments:

  1. Anonymous4:56 PM

    Wondering how Lo and Behold should be cared for after bloom season?

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  2. Anonymous6:07 PM

    I rarely say this, cool ad.

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  3. Anonymous11:05 AM

    Watched this twice and still didn't have time to read which plant came in first. Dang!

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  4. Sorry about that - the #1 plant in the trial was 'Miss Ruby' and Lo & Behold 'Blue Chip' was #2. Both plants were breed by Dr. Dennis Werner. You can learn more about Miss Ruby at
    http://www.provenwinners.com/plants/detail.cfm?photoID=9438

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  5. I've grown 'Blue Chip' for 2 seasons now. It is everything you say. I had to grow it before I'd specify it in landscape plans because I've believed the hype about 'dwarf' Butterfly Bushes before and been duped. I LOVE it! Can't wait to add more colors.

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  6. I love your video! I watched twice too! I'm new to gardening here in Michigan but I love it here because it allows me to garden so much more unlike cold San Francisco. Thank you for sharing such a wonderful video! I will be following you!

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  7. Anonymous9:48 PM

    My Blue Chip has no scent at all. Butterflies don't like it either. I think this video is misleading.

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  8. Dear Anonymous - I don't know what to say but we get lots of Butterflies and the flowers are quite fragrant.

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