Buddleja 'Pink Delight'
'Pink Delight', Longstock Park, UK
|Origin||Horticultural Research Institute, Boskoop, Netherlands|
Buddleja 'Pink Delight' is a hybrid cultivar raised by the Horticultural Research Institute in Boskoop, Netherlands, in 1986 from the crossing B. davidii 'Fascination' × B. davidii var. nanhoensis 'Alba' × B. 'West Hill'. Accorded the Royal Horticultural Society Award of Garden Merit (record 673) in 1993 (reaffirmed 2010), 'Pink Delight' has become one of the most successful buddleja cultivars ever released and is still regarded as among the best pink-flowered varieties.
'Pink Delight' is a vigorous shrub growing to a height of 2 m (6 ft 7 in) if hard-pruned annually, distinguished by its large, dense, conical panicles, < 30 cm long, of fragrant pink flowers, complemented by silvery grey foliage.
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