Buddleia ‘Grand Cascade’
New at Plant Paradise Country Gardens for 2019. Buddleia ‘Grand Cascade’ (butterfly bush) has enormous lavender-purple 12-14 inch long panicles that are 4 inches thick. Stunning! Better leave some room in your garden to showcase this fine perennial. Buddleia ‘Grand Cascade’ (butterfly bush) attracts many pollinators, butterflies and beneficial insects. To winter over Buddleia (butterfly bush) in our Zone 4 or 5 Ontario gardens add 2-3 inches of compost in late fall after it has finished flowering and just before the ground freezes. (Photo courtesy of Walters Gardens). Grown on-site and for sale at Plant Paradise Country Gardens.
- Light: Full sun
- Soil: All types of well drained soil
- Moisture: Average – Tolerates dry
- Benefits: Pollinators, Butterflies, Cut-flower, Feature Plant for late summer
- Height: 5-6 feet
- Blooms: September to October
- Foliage: Dark green leaves that grow along the cascading bloom stems
- Spacing: 4 feet
- Growth Habit: Shrub-like
- Zones: 5-10
All plant sales are in person at Plant Paradise Country Gardens in Caledon Ontario. As the 2017 Destination Garden Centre of the Year, we have been growing and selling hardy, unique and hard-to-find perennials organically for over 12 years. We are always trialing and testing them in the botanical gardens at Plant Paradise Country Gardens. Our growing practices benefit the whole environment, including the pollinators and beneficial insects.
At Plant Paradise Country Gardens we control every aspect of growing plants on-site. This begins with mixing soil in the potting shed and all the steps in between until the fully grown plants are ready for your garden. This gives us the opportunity to have control over the quality. Our responsibility is to grow healthy plants that are environmentally sustainable. We use only organic gardening methods to grow high quality plants without the use of pesticides, herbicides and synthetic fertilizers. Our plants are available in one, two or three gallon containers.
We DO NOT use NeoNicotinoids which is a pesticide used by many plant nurseries that sell to garden centres and big box stores. This pesticide is a known cause of the decline in the bee population. Everything a grower uses in plant production is systemically released into the molecular structure of the plant. This becomes a chain reaction in the long-term health and vibrancy of the plant and your growing environment.
By supporting our environmentally sustainable organic perennial nursery u0026amp; garden centre you’ll be a part of the positive change that makes a difference in our environment. We believe you’ll see the difference.