This weekend I was at a local garden centre, and found a bunch of Buddleia on the "Not Quite Dead" pile and scooped them up.
Knowing that they are marginal for hardiness here, I planted them out and have my fingers crossed. We live near the south shore of Lake Simcoe, and get some pretty wicked winter winds.
What the chances of survival for these guys? Do you think I should be expecting them to act as "short lived perrenials" or should I integrate them into the landscape as "permanent woodies"?