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Pink Weigela Shrubs

Sale price$89.99

Size 1-2'
Quantity 25 Shrubs

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Tim Moon
Love the color of the pink Weigela

Will definitely order again. Great service.

Jonathan Cross
Pink Weigela

My wife and I are both preparing for an event in our garden. We made this as an ornamental plant arching around in one of our decorations. Looking good actually.

Kristin Alloh
Pink Weigela

This looks great where I planted it.

The Pink Weigela shrub is one of the most popular plants to grow in a garden. It grows best in hardiness zones 4 to 8, though some cultivars can grow either north or south of these zones. The benefits of this plant in the landscape depend on its habit and how tall it grows, as varieties can grow from 1 to 8 feet tall with a spread of up to 6 feet. The smaller varieties, which are low and grow in mounds, can be planted in smaller areas along the edges of walkways.

One can add them to rock gardens. The taller varieties can form the backstories of herbaceous borders, be used as a hedge, be planted near maple trees, be part of a perennial or bulb garden, or be planted alone as an eye-catching specimen plant.

Pink Weigela Turns Scarlet And Orange In The Fall

These are members of the rose family. Most of these plants are deciduous bushes that lose their leaves in the fall. The leaves are small and serrated. Some bushes have red or orange fall colors and graceful, arching branches that bear clusters or corymbs of flowers on new wood.

The flowers of taller varieties look splendidly cascading over walls or fences. Some bushes bloom in the spring, while others flourish in the summer. Other benefits of these bushes are that they increase, so the owner doesn't have to wait for years before blossoms appear, and they have a long blooming season.

Pollnators Love The Pink Weigela

Another reason to plant these bushes is that they attract pollinators such as butterflies, and the deer tend to avoid them. These also tolerate erosion, clayey soil, and air pollution, which makes them suitable for a city or town garden. They are easy to grow and easy to transplant. The best time to plant this bush is after it falls and goes dormant.

This bush is a gorgeous addition to any property. The bush is elegant and has branches that look lovely throughout the seasons. The foliage is appealing, and the blooms are beautiful in pretty shades. Something feminine and balanced about the plant creates a unique harmony in landscaping design.

Pink Weigela Is Very Hardy

This bush is easy to grow, is not fussy about the soil type it is planted in, and appears okay with pest problems. Even deer are not very interested in nibbling on the plant. The bush thrives in locations with more sun than shade and does well in U.S.D.A. zones 4-8.

The only thing the property owner needs to do is a little pruning. This bush does its job and adds a romantic touch to the landscape.

When purchasing this pretty plan, the homeowner has several options. For example, there is more than one-size-fits-all. The bush can be used in landscaping in a bedding display. The low-spreading variety can grace a sloping area or accentuate a flower bed.

Also, Pink Weigela is available in a dwarf variety for containers in small yards or planted as edging along pathways. The rose-hued beauty also comes in varieties ideal for large-scale landscapes and can be used as attractive hedging for privacy or coupled with companion plants that create a lovely focus on the garden.

Wherever this bush is placed, the eye follows, and it can create a stunning pathway throughout a property.

The Pink Weigela Is A Stunning Rose Color Hummingbirds Love It 

The rose-colored bush appeals to humans and attracts delicate interest to a property. Hummingbirds and butterflies enjoy flitting around the plant's bell-shaped bounty of flowers and indulging in the nectar they produce.

This bush can generally reach 6 feet tall and bloom abundantly throughout late spring and early fall.

It's not an intimidating plant that requires a long list of must-dos. It is a hardy bush that offers low maintenance to the property owner. It's genuinely a bush that lets every landscape come alive.

The best time to plant this bush is in the spring in colder climates and the fall in warmer climates. Planting the bush in the fall lets it establish itself without having to endure the heat and drought of summer in a warm area of the country. If there's more than one bush, they need to be planted between 2 and 15 feet apart, depending on how big the bush will get and whether the gardener wants the bushes to form a hedge.

Pink Weigela grows best in full sun, though some can do well in partial shade. It should be planted where it gets at least six hours of sun. These plants are delicate with soil as long as it is well-draining. One should keep the bush from standing on wet ground. Pruning should be done while the plants are dormant.