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Orange Ball Tree, Orange Butterfly Bush
Scientific Name: Buddleia globosa Hope
Synonym:
Family: Loganiaceae
Orange Ball Tree, Orange Butterfly Bush (Buddleia  globosa)
Buddleia globosa in Curtis Botanical Magazine
Recommended Temperature Zone:
sunset: 4-24,28-31
USDA: 8b-11

Sun Exposure: Light shade to full sun

Origin: Chile, Argentina and Peru

Growth Habits: Semi evergreen shrub, 10 feet to 15 feet tall (3 m-4.5 m); lance-shaped leaves, up to 10 inches long (25 cm)

Watering Needs: Moderate water to regular water

Propagation:


Cultural Practices:
Prune after it finished blooming, since the wood produced later will bear the next year flowers.

Blooming Habits:
Orange, heavily scented flowers, in inflorescences 0.8 inch wide (2 cm), in late spring to early summer.

Fruiting Habits:


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