Yellow Buddleia Cuttings
At the end of last summer, I took several cuttings of a very mature yellow Buddleia I found hidden away in the neglected garden of my new home.
I noticed its very different yellow flowers high up at the top of the tree, which are more globe like than cones.
The cuttings I have are doing incredibly well, and now that spring is fast(ish) approaching, I am wondering when I should start putting the pots outside.
I look forward to your responses
Buddleja globosa and x weyerana are both hardy. Start by putting them up against a house wall or other protection, then pot on or plant in final position in a few weeks.
Thanks for the reply... after a quick google, it looks like it could be the globosa variety.
Should the plants be left outside over night? Can I assume that a south facing wall would be better?