Buddleja 'Silver Lilac'
|Origin||Ferdinandushof Nursery, Overslag, Netherlands|
Buddleja 'Silver Lilac' is a hybrid cultivar raised by the Ferdinandushof Nursery at Overslag in the Netherlands, derived from a crossing of 'Lochinch' and 'Pink Delight'. Following the Royal Horticultural Society's Buddleja Eurotrials at Wisley, 'Silver Lilac' was recommended for an Award of Garden Merit in 2010, subject to availability.  
'Silver Lilac' makes a compact shrub, growing to a height and spread of 1.6 × 2.1 m, and producing long, broad-based tapering panicles, length < 31 cm, of pale lilac flowers, complemented by greyish foliage. 
'Silver Lilac' is only known to be in cultivation in the Netherlands.
- Royal Horticultural Society. (2010). Trials Report 2008 - 2010 Buddleja davidii and its close hybrids. RHS, Wisley, UK.
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