buddleia[bəd lē′ə, bud′lē ə]
A buddleia, also called a butterfly bush, growing over a fence.
any of a genus (Buddleia) of shrubs and trees of the logania family, native to the tropics but commonly grown in temperate regions for their blossoms of purple, yellow, etc.
Origin of buddleiaModern Latin after A. Buddle, 17th-c. Eng botanist
See butterfly bush.
Origin of buddleiaNew Latin, after Adam Buddle, (died 1715), British botanist.
From Translingual Buddleja, after English naturalist Adam Buddle (died 1715).