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Buddleja 'Flower Power'

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Buddleja hybrid
'Flower Power', Longstock Park, UK
Cultivar'Flower Power'
OriginCenter for Applied Nursery Research, University of Georgia, USA.

Buddleja 'Flower Power', also commonly known as 'Bicolor', is an American hybrid cultivar raised by Michael Dirr at the Center for Applied Nursery Research, University of Georgia, in 1999 from the cross Buddleja × weyeriana 'Honeycomb' × B. davidii.[1] The plant featured in the Royal Horticultural Society's buddleja trials at Wisley from 2008 to 2010, where it came 14th overall (out of 79) in the public popularity poll.[2] [1]


'Flower Power' bears a closer resemblance to its davidii parent. The shrub grows to a height of 2–3 m, bearing panicles, < 25 cm long, of lilac flowers turn butterscotch yellow with age; the foliage is grey-green.[1]


'Flower Power' is common in cultivation in the US and the UK.


  • Buddleja 'Bicolor' (Latin, therefore invalid as a cultivar name)
  • Buddleja × weyeriana 'Bicolor'
  • Buddleja × weyeriana 'Flower Power'


  1. 1.0 1.1 Hatch, L. (2007). Cultivars of Woody Plants. Vol. 1 (A-G), 2007 Edition. TCR Press Horticultural PDF. books
  2. Royal Horticultural Society. (2010). Trials Report 2008-2010 Buddleja davidii and its close hybrids Trials Office, Royal Horticultural Society, Wisley, UK.

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