Miss Ruby Butterfly Bush - Buddleia - Proven Winners - 4" Pot

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BUDDLEIA: Graceful gray-green foliage arches with flowers from summer into fall. The common name aptly describes this garden beauty. It does not wake up until late spring, but it’s worth the wait! Flowers form on current growth. Should be cut back to 12-18” each spring. Will quickly grow backwith many flowering canes. (Butterfly Bush) Buddleia 'Miss Ruby' PP19,550 is a charming plant that displays bright, rich pink blooms. The bright pink color of the blooms attracts butterflies and hummingbirds. This new Butterfly bush has silvery leaves that compliment this new flower color that is unlike any other Buddleia. 'Miss Ruby' PP19,550 is a must have for your Butterfly garden! A Proven Winners® ColorChoice® Flowering Shrub. This new butterfly bush is noted for its compact habit and remarkably vivid, rich pink blooms. The distinctive magenta flowers are more vibrant than any other buddleia variety. 'Miss Ruby'Butterfly bush. Buddleia x 'Miss Ruby'PPAF; cbr#3603
  • 'Miss Ruby'Butterfly bush. Buddleia x 'Miss Ruby'PPAF; cbr#3603
  • Color of Bloom: Pink
  • Hardy Zones: 5-9
  • Months of Bloom: Summer
  • Mature Height: 48-60"


  • 5
    Great Quality

    Posted by Kim Macchiaroli on Jun 24th 2022

    Ordered this in spring and planted a little too early for norther Arizona. I lost two branches from freeze , due to my own fault. It has sprung back quickly and butterflies are loving it. Had a great photo to attach but couldn't find a way to do it.

  • 4
    Miss Ruby Buddleia

    Posted by Diane Jones on Jun 15th 2022

    Ordered this plant for my neighbor as her Mother had passed away. Received a healthy plant with 2 stems, and a very, very short 3rd stem. I had asked that it be watered before they sent it & it was nice & moist. Was delighted to find this Miss Ruby in the smaller size! I love Hirt’s plants!

  • 2
    quality of product

    Posted by David Champlin on May 6th 2021

    In the past two springs I've order lots of small, flowering shrubs from Hirt's including this same product. So far, I have only gotten three poor quality (damaged or unhealthy) plants. Two of them just occurred and were this species.