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CranRazz & Butterfly Bush

Buddleia ‘Boscranz’ 



Get ready for frequent visits from butterflies, bees, and other pollinators with your new CranRazz Butterfly Bush. With this attractive tree form Butterfly Bush, pops of bright, bold color will accent your yard, borders, and edging with ease.  

Eight-inch long flower spikes hold hundreds of fragrant cranberry-red blooms, which will last from late June and through the first frost. Even better? The CranRazz is drought- and heat-tolerant, making it adaptable enough to thrive in most growing zones. 

Pairing the CranRazz with another showy pollinator like Milkweed will help create a lush, busy garden or patio area that’s perfect for pollinators and other visiting wildlife. Plus, this unique and elegant tree form will stand tall! 


These plants are extremely heat tolerant and enjoy being in full sun. They highly are adaptable and not picky about the soil they are planted in. 


The CranRazz will need to be watered regularly while establishing. They’ll need water once or twice a week, and more often in extreme heat. Once established, your Butterfly Bush will be extremely drought tolerant. 


CranRazz Butterfly Bushes don’t need much fertilization but introducing a well-balanced fertilizer in late winter or early spring will help encourage optimal growth and blooms. 


Once the red flowers have begun to fade, prune them away gently to allow new buds to pop through. 

Growing Information DiamondLawnCare 
Mature Height: 4-6 ft 
Mature Width: 2-3 ft 
Sunlight: Full Sun 
Bloom Time:  
Growth Rate: Fast 
Grows Well in Zones: 5-10 
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