Pink Weigela

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Pink Weigela Description

Pink Weigela is a Deciduous Shrub with Beautiful Flowering Blooms

Pink Weigela, also known as Pink Princess, was initially found in China, Korea 1845. German scientist Christian Ehrenfried Weigel transplanted this deciduous shrub in England and then spread it into America. It thrives best in full sun, where it will profusely bloom massive pink, white or red flowers with five-lobed leaves, although it will still do well in light shade.

The flowers are two to four inches in size, with a red corolla produced in small corymbs. Tiny winged seeds reside in the dry fruit capsule. Pink Weigela has leaves ranging from 5 to 15 inches and is oblong with serrated margins. Springtime brings this shrub to full bloom and tapers off, becoming sporadic through the summer. One thing to remember when planting this shrub, it can grow up to ten feet high and ten feet around. You will want to make sure you leave room for this growth.

Pink Weigela is a Beautiful Cascading Shrub Perfect for any Location and Has Many Uses as an Attractive Addition to your Landscape.

This Pink shrub has dense medium green foliage with trumpet-shaped pastel pink flowers. This pretty shrub can bloom as early as April and lasts until July. It has been known to thrive as late as October in warmer climates; This shrub makes an excellent shrub border or is planted as groupings with other Weigelia and grows in various environments. The landscapes used for this shrub included are, as a container plant, can be used in beds and borders and on privacy slopes. This shrub is tolerant of any soil condition, is drought tolerant, and is easy to grow. The Pink flowers attract hummingbirds and butterflies.

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Pink Weigela - Weigela Florida 'Bokrasopin' - is one of the best varieties that comes into the setting with a riot of color, and it is a sure delight to plant them in your yard.

It is one of the numerous varieties of the Weigela genus that belong to the honeysuckle family (Caprifoliaceae). Native to Asia, it is an attractive shrub that may enhance the beauty of your walls, fencing, walkways, and driveways. People may also refer to it as Sonic Bloom.

This deciduous shrub is a sight that produces trumpet-like hot pink flowers with a deep pink throat in large numbers. Its green foliage has creamy white margins and variegated oval-shaped leaves. It is well-known for its long blooming season that begins in spring and continues to rebloom until the first frost appears. During the period between blooming and reblooming, you may start to notice the striking, dark green foliage that fills in any gaps between the blooms.

It is a large, thick shrub with a mounded appearance that grows in clusters. To properly plant a shrub, it is essential first to determine the mature size of the bush and then provide enough space in the Landscape to reach its maximum size. Its roots may need a lot of room to develop. It grows at a moderate rate, reaching about 4 to 5 feet and spreading to about 4 to 5 feet. It thrives in direct sunlight, but the light shade is beneficial in warm environments. Pink Weigela shows flowering in spring and blooms until frost, although they may not be as numerous.

This plant is tolerant to various soil types with varying pH values. It thrives in moist, well-drained soil. Once fully grown, it requires little to no water. During the first year of their growth in your Landscape, this shrub may need frequent, thorough waterings. You may fertilize your bush once a year in the spring, just before new growth starts on the plant. You may use a balanced liquid fertilizer or slow-release pellets to accomplish the best results. 

Generally, gardeners like the natural shape these bushes take; thus, pruning is not usually necessary. It may form a fountain-like shape that is highly ornamental, but after some time, it may take on a weedy appearance. Therefore, you may want to prune the bush to give it an attractive shape. If you decide to prune, wait until the shrub has finished flowering for the season as the plant emerges on old wood. 

It is an easy-to-grow shrub that has a variety of landscape designs. You may use it as a border plant in mixed borders or shrub borders. It does well with mass planting and makes a stunning focal point. It works well as an attractive plant in a container. You may create a hedge in the Landscape that provides shade and a sense of personal privacy. The sonic bloom pink Weigela attracts hummingbirds, butterflies, and bees to your garden.

Zone: 4 to 8

Best time to harvest: Mis spring to late fall.

Height at maturity: Around 4 to 5 feet tall and around 4 to 5 feet wide

Sun Exposure: Full sun to partial shade

Water requirement: Average

Ship as: Bare root

Reviews (1)

  • 5

    Posted by Edward Adkins on Mar 15, 2018

    Gorgeous in my yard! I love it!

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