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Butterfly-bush-oregon, oregon’s noxious weed quarantine, oar 603-52-1200, was amended in 2009 as it pertains to butterfly bush (buddleja davidii / variabilis). as a result, only oregon department of agriculture (oda) approved seedless butterfly bush cultivars can be propagated, transported, or sold in oregon.. The oregon department of agriculture has approved all available varieties, with one caveat: we can't call it butterfly bush any more. in their view, butterfly bush is synonymous with the seedy type (b. davidii)., butterfly bush is extremely invasive in natural areas. there are serious infestations on the north fork of the willamette river near oakridge and along the coquille river near the coast. it has spread to most of the counties in western oregon and washington..

A: the first thing i always say about butterfly bush (buddleja davidii) is that it is invasive in oregon. it's been added to the state's noxious weed list. there are some species and new hybrids..., the butterfly bush has all of the attributes of a dream plant. it is easy to grow, produces an abundance of fragrant blooms that bring in hordes of butterflies and is drought-tolerant.. Hear ye, hear ye ... a butterfly bush can be a gorgeous thing. i remember seeing my first dark purple one in full flower (it was the now-ubiquitous 'dark knight') covered in butterflies and not ..., in oregon, oda completed a survey for butterfly bush in 2003. the survey showed regional concentrations in the portland area, on the clackamas and sandy rivers, in lane county, in coos county and on islands in the rogue river in josephine county..

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