Replacing buddleia with buddleia
When we moved there was a lovely, totally unpruned buddleia. Took 4 years to get it into shape, but then was gorgeous for 4 more years. Last year, when doing the big prune at the end of Feb, I noticed a large split in the lower trunk, filled with fungus/mould. It hadn't flowered particularly well in 2018 but I thought that might have something to do with the drought. So, up it came. I replaced it with a white one, small but in flower. This year, following its very careful pruning, it has grown beautifully; the only problem is, it is very lush in leaf but no buds at all. Should I not have put it in the same place? It's in light shade until around 1 p.m. and then in full sun. Heavy clay soil but I keep mulching with compost and did lots of digging in of organic materials prior to planting. Any ideas? Should I move it, or what...? It's too late for the tomato feed I think.