N. E. Br.
Buddleja pulchella is endemic to the open mountain forest of South Africa, Zimbabwe, Kenya and Tanzania at elevations of 1,200 – 2,000 m. The species was first named and described by Brown in 1894. 
B. pulchella is a sprawling shrub or tree < 10 m tall and up to twice as wide. The leaves are opposite or sub-opposite with petioles 5 – 10 mm long. The sweetly scented flowers are white or pale cream with orange throats, and borne in lax terminal panicles.