Our strategy is to help create a more bio-diverse urban environment where butterfly bush can play its part. It offers nectar to a much needed insect community which helps life on our planet thrive. We would not remove a healthy & wanted shrub.
Where Buddleia growth is out of control and causing damage to buildings & property we can offer a variety of cost effective solutions.
Butterfly bush offer a free, no-obligation quotation with a full management plan for every project.
Our NPTC qualified workforce apply a professional grade herbicide to foliage to help control & degrade the plant. This can be conducted over a number of visits & is the most cost effective solution.
Cutting & Stump Treatment
Butterfly Bush operatives dismantle and remove the species from property or commercial sites. The severed growth is then stump treated with herbicide application spray or plugs which will kill the plant. All arising’s can then be removed from site.
This methodology is of particular benefit to large development sites & large scale operations. Butterfly bush use mechanical methods to remove the species and allow developers to move forward with plans.
As Buddleia can grow in a variety of locations butterfly bush can adapt to meet client’s needs. We use a variety of mechanical assistance vehicles to access areas to remove buddleia growth.
Butterfly Bush are experts in the control & removal of
Non-native Buddleia Davidii, also known as Buddleja or Butterfly Bush.
We offer cost effective solutions to tackle this invasive species which can cause damage to property, transport networks & out compete native species.
We have over a decade of experience dealing with this species which can be found in the most awkward of locations.
Our workforce are Fully NPTC & CSCS qualified & Butterfly Bush hold £5m in insurance cover.
We have offices in London and Manchester call for advice and a no-obligation quotation.
Please call our Manchester office on 01618540927 or for London & the south please call 02036330584
Alternatively email us at firstname.lastname@example.org