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Seeing it in the same place every year would make me think they are the same shrubs, too, as they probably are.

Generally, most butterfly bush pruning should take place during the winter months, in warmer climates, while the plant is dormant. However, the butterfly bush can also be pruned in the spring with no ill effects.

Keep in mind that butterfly bush (Buddleia davidii) grows to heights of 4 to 10 feet (1 to m.), with a width of around 5 feet. Aug 09, annajeang Fernandina Beach, FL Aug 07, I have a buddleia (6 years old) which has declined over the last two years - it is now merely some dead twigs with very few leaves.

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I have contacted our local extension agent and she says that it is probably a 'short life' buddleia. Pruning: Prune as desired. Highly tolerant of drastic pruning. A year-round bloomer, the eager Bush Daisy has a variety of uses, from container plant to garden piece. Fernandina Beach, FL Monday - Friday: am - pm Saturday: am - pm Sunday: am - pm Jacksonville Location: N. Main St. Aug 03, Crepe Myrtle Trees in Fernandina (Photo W.B. Lawson) In addition, there is a possibility the soil pH is too high as gardenias prefer the pH between the ranges of – Often soils in our area are higher than this range which means the plant is unable to.

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