Posted by : Muhammad Khalid Tuesday, 3 June 2014

Buddleja davidii 'Autumn Beauty' is a British cultivar distinguished by its comparatively late flowering, from August through to October. The shrub was cloned from a plant grown from seed sent from Beijing to Paignton Zoo, one of the four NCCPG national buddleja collection holders. The atypical phenology of the shrub has cast doubt on its taxonomy as a variety or form of Buddleja davidii, however its flowers, foliage and structure are all very similar to the species. 'Autumn Beauty' has been registered by Christine Yeo of the Pleasant View Nursery in Devon. Despite its short history of cultivation, the shrub has already acquired a confusing number of other names; see SynonymySource

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