Buddleja davidii 'Thia' = Santana
Santana, Longstock Park, UK
|Cultivar||'Thia' = Santana|
|Origin||Rod Dransfield, Knaresborough, England|
Buddleja davidii 'Thia' (selling name Santana) is a cultivar which originated as a variegated sport of 'Royal Red', raised in 1997 by Rod Dransfield, of Knaresborough, England. The shrub has suffered several other names in its short history; see Synonymy.
Santana has become widely cultivated in the United Kingdom, and was introduced to the USA in 2007, despite its reputation for poor growth and short life.  A specimen is grown as part of the NCCPG national buddleja collection held by the Longstock Park Nursery near Stockbridge. Hardiness: USDA zones 7–9.
- Buddleja davidii 'Red Admiral'
- Buddleja davidii 'Sultan'
- Buddleja davidii 'Sultana'
- Hatch, L. (2007). Cultivars of Woody Plants. Vol. 1 (A-G) 2007 Edition. TCR Press Horticultural PDF. books.
- Moore, P. (2012). Buddleja list 2011–2012, Longstock Park Nursery. Longstock Park Nursery, UK.
- Stuart, D. D. (2006). Buddlejas. RHS Plant Collector Guide. Timber Press, Oregon. ISBN 978-0-88192-688-0
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