Definitions for buddleiabʌdˈli ə, ˈbʌd li ə
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
bud•dle•iabʌdˈli ə, ˈbʌd li ə(n.)(pl.)-ias.
any tropical shrub of the genus Buddleia, of the logania family, having lance-shaped leaves and clusters of showy flowers.
Ref: Also called butterfly bush.
Origin of buddleia:
< NL (Linnaeus), after Adam Buddle (d. 1715), English botanist; see -ia
butterfly bush, buddleia(noun)
tropical shrub having clusters of white or violet or yellow flowers
A tree or shrub of the genus Buddleja, especially Buddleja davidii, a large ornamental shrub whose lilac flowers attract butterflies.
Origin: Modern Latin, named after English naturalist Adam Buddle (died 1715).