Mutabulis Rose, The Butterfly Rose

Rosa chinensis 'Mutabulis'

Rosaceae

Mutabulis Rose, The Butterfly Rose
Mutabulis Rose, The Butterfly Rose
Mutabulis Rose, The Butterfly Rose
The single 2" blooms open a creamy yellow, change to deep pink, and finally to crimson, with all of these blooms open at the same time it gives the appearance of a multitude of butterflies are covering the bush. A very disease resistant, easy care, and free blooming old garden rose. A large growing shrub that should be planted where it can plenty of room to grow and bloom.   

 

Grows To: 6'H x 7'W

USDA Cold Hardiness Zones: 7,8,9,10,11

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Outdoor Light: Full sun, Part sun

Soil pH Range: Slightly Acidic, Neutral

Deer Resistance: Frequently Damaged

Container Size: 4.5 inch / 20 fl.oz. / 591 ml

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Price: $ 9.99
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are held at the ends of the arching, woody stems. A long time favorite for it's
intense color. Black Knight Butterfly Bush is free-flowering, often blooming
from spring until fall. An excellent choice for butterfly gardens as well as
providing nectar for a host of other pollinators including hummingbirds. Black
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Description & growing info

 
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Price: US$7.99

Description & growing info

 

This is an old garden favorite that bursts from the ground in fall, typically after a good rain, sending up 18'' bloom stems that are topped by a crown of glowing red spidery trumpets. The Liriope-like strap-like foliage is blue green with a silver to white central vein on each leaf. Extremely easy and divides readily. The plants are sterile, so make no seeds, but multiply from bulbs well. This variety is said to be rare in the trade. Item# 9338.

 
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Description & growing info

 
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Description & growing info

 
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Description & growing info

 
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White, fragrant bloom spikes reaching 16", are held against the green, velvety foliage. Attracts scads of butterflies. Considered by many to be the best white butterfly bush. Item # 735. Price: US$9.99

Description & growing info

 
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Price: US$14.99

Description & growing info

 

An unusually pure white selection of Vitex. Silver Spires produces medium sized spikes of white flowers that are held against the dark blue-green fragrant foliage. Vitex is a vigorous, disease and deer resistant, drought and salt tolerant large spreading to upright deciduous shrub or small tree. Excellent for Butterflies, Bees, and Hummingbirds. Silver Spires was the top rated white flowered Vitex in trials at Longwood Gardens. Item# 739.

Price: US$14.99

Description & growing info

 
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Description & growing info

 
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