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- Latin Name- Weigela Florida Pink Hardy Planting Zone- 4-8 Mature Height- 6-8 ft Width- 48 inches Sun or Shade- Full Sun
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Pink Weigelia Shrub
Pink Weigela Shrub - Weigela florida. Pink weigela gets its name from the full pink blossoms that cover the shrub during springtime and continue to sprout sporadically until frost. These flowers have five lobes, and they range from medium to hot pink in the shade. They have a mounded appearance with variegated green leaves. When mature, the shrub usually is about 5 feet tall, but it can reach up to 10 feet in height and diameter. It is a very low maintenance shrub that does best in full sun but will tolerate moderate shade. Pink weigela is very attractive to hummingbirds and butterflies.
Pink Weigelia Shrub is round, and dense in shape. The foliage is medium green in color. The flowers on this shrub are shaped like a trumpet. The flowers on this shrub are a pink pastel color. The flowers that grow on this bush are beautiful. This is an excellent shrub to use for mass planting. It is also an attractive shrub to for borders on your property, or garden. It is a neat shrub to grow in groups. It would even look pretty in a garden with average soil. Though not to worry this shrub can adapt to the ground where you choose to plant it. This type of shrub can adjust to a wide range of soil conditions. You can plant this bush in groups, or by itself. It will do well in any garden, or as a border. The Pink Weigela is also known as the Weeping Weigela. It has abundant trumpet-shaped flowers on its naturally arching branches, with colors varying from pastel pink to deep rose. It tends to bloom in late spring or early summer. This perennial shrub is one of the most natural plants to care for and will flower for many years with only a little attention. It can withstand a variety of conditions. Pruning should be done in mid- to late summer after flowering is done and the blooms begin to fade, and should primarily be to remove old or dying branches to make room for new growth. It is lovely to butterflies and hummingbirds.