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Button Bush Live Stakes - Package Of 100

Sale price$169.99

Size 1-2'

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George Atkins
Button Bush

I planted this under trees and lined up around. Very relaxing sight as it starts to fully flourish.

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Linda Walters
Looked fine

Won't know until spring if planting is successfull

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Lacie Bradfors
Button Bush

this is awesome

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Travis Scott
Button Bush

This is a wonderful addition to my flower garden. Looks great where I planted it.

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Patsy Higgins
Button Bush

This is a wonderful addition to my flower garden. Looks great where I planted it.

Button Bush Live Stakes is a common name for Cephalanthus Occidentalis. They are a tree-like shrub with round flowers reaching up to 20 feet. Cephalanthus Occidentalis belongs to the native plant family called Madder and is also a part of the coffee plant family. It is most commonly found in the eastern parts of North America. They can typically appear after a flood has occurred and subsided. Cephalanthus Occidentalis has a year-round growing season from spring to winter.

The Stunning Fuzzy Snow White Blooms Of The Button Bush Live Stakes

The flowers of the shrubs are equivalent to one inch in diameter, round-shaped fuzzy white balls that develop on the end of stems and branches. It has glossy foliage leaves on opposite sides of the stem that branch into shrubs or small trees. They are a majority of woody branches.

Bees, hummingbirds, and butterflies use this flower as a nectar source, so this shrub is common to plant in support of bee culture. It is suggested to be planted around butterfly gardens, river banks, and ponds. The shrubs are popular in botanical gardens. If you are considering a rain garden, planting them is a great idea because these plants can thrive in a moist environment. They can tolerate up to three feet of water.

Button Bush Live Stakes Create A Unique, Fast-Growing Shrub

Full sun is preferred to make a fast-growing unique shrub; however, Button bush live stakes can do well with partial sunlight. They only require a little effort to maintain. Just be sure the soil is never dry and will become a beautiful plant for any landscape. This particular shrub doesn't require pruning, another great reason to plant this species. These gorgeous trees are shipped to the consumer in their bare root form to arrive in organic condition.

Button Bush Live Stakes Produces Fuzzy White Blooms

The flowers of the shrubs are equivalent to one inch in diameter, round-shaped fuzzy white balls that develop on the end of stems and branches. It has glossy foliage leaves on opposite sides of the stem that branch into shrubs or small trees. It is a majority of woody branches.

The Button Bush, Live Stakes Blooms, Attract Tons Of Wildlife

Bees, hummingbirds, and butterflies use this flower as a nectar source, so this shrub is common to plant in support of bee culture. It is suggested to be planted around butterfly gardens, river banks, and ponds. It is popular among botanical gardens. If you are considering a rain garden, planting it is a great idea because this plant can thrive in a moist environment. It can tolerate up to three feet of water.

Full sun is preferred to make for a fast-growing, unique shrub; however, this plant can do well with partial sunlight. Button Bush live stakes require only a little effort to maintain. Just be sure the soil is never dry, and it will become a beautiful plant for any landscape. This particular shrub doesn't require pruning, another great reason to plant this species. These gorgeous trees are shipped to the consumer in their bare root form to arrive in organic condition.