Pink Delight BuddlejaPink Delight Buddleja

Pink Delight Buddleja Plants

Buddleia davidii Pink DelightFeefo logo

The details

  • Bright pink flowers
  • Blooms July-September
  • Sweet scent
  • Ideal for containers
  • To 3-4m x 3-4m
  • RHS Award of Garden Merit
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3 Litre
3 +
£ 14.99
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Buddleja 'Pink Delight': Butterfly Bush, 3-Litre Pots

What a sweetie: this variety with huge, strong pink flowers is extra popular with butterflies, thanks to its high nectar production, which also gives it an excellent aroma.

Browse our other Buddleja, or all our garden shrubs.


  • Bright pink flowers
  • Blooms July-September
  • Sweet scent
  • To 3-4m x 3-4m
  • RHS Plants for Pollinators
  • RHS Award of Garden Merit

Growing 'Pink Delight' Buddleia Bushes

Buddleia is tough and will thrive in any sunny position in moist and well-drained soil. In shadier locations they still grow well, but you won't get so many flowers.

They benefit from being cut back hard in early spring during the first half of March, and prompt deadheading prolongs their season.

In Your Garden Design

'Pink Delight' would be the most gorgeous companion to pink and white rambling such as a Paul's Himalayan Musk Rose. It would also work beautifully with Hebe Pearl of Paradise or Celebration and a Ceanothus Silver Surprise. Pair with Delphinium Guardian too and Lupins. Buddleias are classic cottage garden plants so pair with one of herbaceous collections, Pretty Pinks.

Did You Know?

This is one of the world's most popular varieties of Buddleja. It was bred in 1986 at the Boskoop Horticultural Research Institute in the Netherlands, from three parents: B. davidii 'Fascination', B davidii var nanhoensis and B 'West Hill'.