Buddleja × weyeriana 'Golden Glow'

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Buddleja × weyeriana 'Golden Glow' was one of the two original × weyeriana cultivars (the other 'Moonlight') raised by Major van de Weyer at his Corfe Castle home during the First World War. The shrub was accorded the RHS Award of Merit in 1923.

'Golden Glow' is a shrub with a lax, open habit, growing to a height of 2 m if hard-pruned annually, bearing small panicles comprising globose heads of pale yellow flowers flushed with lilac. The leaves are of average size and mid-green in colour. Ploidy: 2n = 76.

'Golden Glow' is widely cultivated across Europe and the USA. Hardiness: United States Department of Agriculture zones 8–10.


This page was last edited on 31 May 2017, at 00:17.
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