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Germination: sow seed 1/16" deep, tamp the soil, mulch the seed bed
Introducing the Buddleja globosa, also known as the Orange-ball-tree or Orange Ball Buddleja. This beautiful flowering plant is native to the forests of Chile and Argentina and grows up to 5 meters tall. The plant features young subquadrangular tomentose branches bearing sessile or subsessile leaves with deep-orange, honey-scented inflorescences. Each inflorescence comprises a single terminal and less than 7 pairs of pedunculate globose heads with 30 to 50 flowers, giving it a striking appearance. Not only is the Buddleja globosa pleasing to the eye, it was also awarded the Royal Horticultural Society’s Award of Garden Merit in 1993. This plant is an excellent choice for ornamental and landscape use and is not invasive due to its wingless seeds. It is also locally used for its wound healing properties, and the extract of its leaves is used topically for treating external and internal ulcers, burns, and wounds. Buddleja globosa is hardy in USDA zones 5-9 and RHS H5. Get your hands on one of the cultivars, including Cally Orange, Cannington Gold, Lemon Ball, Los Lagos, and HCM98017, or its hybrids like Buddleja x weyeriana and experience the beauty and benefits it offers.