Buddleja davidii is commonly planted in the Puget Sound region as an ornamental; it is originally from China. It is a fast growing, multi-stemmed shrub, with opposite leaves that are nearly white on the lower surface. Lavender flowers later in the summer attract butterflies. It has become an aggressive invasive in riparian habitats in the Puget Sound region.
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|Is the organism wild/naturalized?||Unknown|
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