Blueberry Burgundy Bliss Garden


This garden collection is perfect for those who love to watch birds and butterflies flutter and feed. The grasslike liriope complements the burgundy-leaved, June-blooming weigela. The dwarf butterfly bushes add pops of pink and attract butterflies with their nectar-rich flowers, while the blueberries provide delicious fruit.

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Wine and Roses
Buy: 2
Blueberry Bush
Buy: 3
Big Blue
Liriope Plant
Buy: 9
Pugster Pink
Butterfly Bush
Buy: 6

This Kit Includes

  • Buddleia x ‘Pugster Pink’ (Pugster® Pink Butterfly Bush) This diminutive butterfly magnet recalls the well-known namesake gem in its rich, candy pink hues. The cone-shaped flowers bloom for months, sending bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds to seek out its nectar. Best for full sun and tolerant of dry conditions, try these in your low-water gardenscapes.
  • Liriope muscari ‘Big Blue’ (Big Blue Liliturf) This grass-like groundcover requires low maintenance and maintains a clean, green appeal. Blooming in spring with lavender tufts, the flowers will fade into dark little berries by mid-summer. Consider this as a low-mow, lawn alternative for areas not exposed to foot traffic.
  • Vaccinium corymbosum ‘Legacy’ (Legacy blueberry bush) This late fruiting highbush blueberry will bring fruit to the garden, but that is just one of the benefits of this native wonder plant. Starting in spring, its gorgeous, lantern-shaped flowers will delight you and the bees. Look for native southern blueberry bees (Hapropoda laboriosa), bumble bees (Bombus sp.), Bradley’s adrena (Andrena bradleyi), or carpenter bees (Xylocopa spp.) using a buzzing technique called “sonification” to vibrate pollen from the anthers. Blueberries go on to produce fruit and then exhibit a gorgeous red-purple foliage come fall that will knock the socks off any rival burning bush in town. A couple of notes to consider; 1. All blueberries require acid soil to survive. 2. This self-pollinating variety can bring in even more fruit with a companion plantings of different varieties. more info
  • Weigela florida ‘Alexandra’ Wine and Roses’ (Wine & Roses® Weigela) Selected for its burgundy foliage and brilliant pink flowers, this weigela offers color in bloom or out. Preferring full sun and well-drained soils, this dense shrub can be a garden focal point or effective screen. Part of the honeysuckle family, the trumpet-shaped flowers produce lots of nectar, to the delight of bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds.