Multicoloured Butterfly Bush - Shrub
Colour Changes From Blue To Orange
Make sure the root ball of Butterfly Bush 'Flower Power' is well-moistened by soaking it in a bucket of lukewarm water before planting. Prepare a suitable hole in well-drained, fertile soil, so condition poor garden soil with compost and cow manure pellets. Plant the root ball of the 'Flower Power' at the appropriate depth in the hole. The top of the root ball should be just slightly below ground level. Fill the hole with soil and press firmly. Water immediately after planting. 'Flower Power' grows best in a sunny or partially sunny area.The Butterfly Bush 'Flower Power' makes an excellent combination plant
This rich-flowering butterfly bush makes a great border plant. You can create beautiful combinations with Acanthus Mollis and Kniphofia Uvaria 'Grandiflora'. Combine Butterfly Bush 'Flower Power' with Caryopteris Clandonensis and Sambucus Nigra 'Thundercloud' in your border.
You are probably more acquainted with the more common butterfly bushes than of the Butterfly Bush 'Flower Power'. This bush isn't known as a butterfly bush without reason - its bluish-violet flowers changing to orange during the flowering period, attracts many butterflies. Your butterfly garden should definitely not miss out on 'Flower Power' - its flowers smell delightful!
Butterfly Bush 'Flower Power' is a strong bush that requires minimal maintenance. Provide it with compost and cow manure grains during the winter. It doesn't like its soil to be wet during the winter!Butterfly Bush 'Flower Power' can be pruned
Butterfly Bush 'Flower Power' blooms annually. You can prune it in early April on an annual basis to approximately 40 cm above ground level. If necessary, you can rejuvenate this bush by pruning 1/3 of its branches.