Buttonbush, Cephalanthus occidentalis


Showy flowers and fruit make common buttonbush a popular choice for use in native plant gardens, shrub borders, and along pond shores and water gardens.  Fruits remain in winter, giving interest to the winter garden. Birds consume the seeds of common buttonbush. Deer like the foliage, and butterflies, bees, and hummingbirds are attracted to its nectar.  Bees use it to produce honey. 50 seeds/3.00, 1/4 oz.6.00, 1/2 oz./8.00.