Bicolored leaves and sweet flowers! Pretty leaves or pretty flowers. Sometimes you have to choose. But not this time. Suzanne Weigela (Weigela florida ‘Suzanne) happily gives you both!Suzanne is beautiful long before she blooms. Her variegated foliage is cool green edged in a dainty line of creamy white and it covers the plant from spring to fall. Then in the late spring/early summer she is covered in both pink and white trumpet-like flowers on the same plant!Suzanne Weigela loves the sun and for best leaf and flower color and overall performance you’ll want to plant her in a sunny spot. She makes a grand statement along an entry walk or in a big perennial bed. Make sure that you water her regularly in the hottest parts of the summer, though. If she’s not happy, her wilt will show it.She will only grow 4’ tall and wide, so she is compact enough that she doesn’t need any pruning, but if she gets a little unkempt you can easily keep her in check with an early spring cut. Don’t let her small size fool you though. She still has a very big impact!Suzanne Weigela is that highly sought after combination of easy care and stunning good looks that every gardener longs for. Don’t let every gardener plant this before you do. Order yours today!* Low maintenance* Fast Growing* No pruning needed* Beautiful flowers attract pollinators* Three seasons of showy color* Great for containers, beds and bordersPruning Spring Flowering Shrubs in Southern Regions.
Pink Flowers Attracts HummingbirdsWeigela ‘My Monet Sunset’, Weigela florida ‘Sunset’, is a charming little dwarf plant that provides colorful gold foliage that turns to red in the fall. It offers multi-seasonal color.This weigela is a slow growing plant that is usually grown mainly for its rich colored foliage. ‘My Monet Sunset’ produces trumpet-shaped rosy, deep pink flowers throughout the summer.What a perfect size for small places, such as in front of borders and in containers! It matures to 12″ to 18″ with a spread of 18″ to 24″.My Monet Sunset prefers well-drained soils but is extremely adaptable to other soil types. Pruning is best done immediately after flowering, and it is wise to apply a slow release fertilizer in spring.This plant may be small, but its color is nonstop, and it will attract butterflies and hummingbirds.‘My Monet Sunset’ will change the way you think about and use shrubs. This beauty can be used like a low mounding perennial or annual, or use it en mass as a ground cover. The uses are endless!* Deep Pink Flowers* Gold Foliage Turns Red in Autumn* Attracts Hummingbirds and ButterfliesPick your color….
A swirl of romantic color! You have surely heard that it takes two to tango, right? Well it does. You and the beautiful Tango Weigela shrub that is waiting to dance into your garden this spring!Tango Weigela (Weigela florida ‘Tango’) is the perfect partner in your summer borders and beds. It is compact and bushy with delicious purple foliage that is a must for any garden, but especially for a limited landscape. It looks great on its own, but also makes a fantastic grouping or hedgerow. For a truly pageant-worthy garden, mix it with chartreuses, yellows and spring greens. Stunning!Tango blooms for several weeks in early to mid-summer. The blossoms are tight clusters of small bell-shaped flowers that are a gorgeously romantic blend of pale pinkish-red with a flash of yellow in the throat, two color partners that definitely dance well together.Tango Weigela loves the sun and needs to be watered regularly in the hottest parts of the summer. It is compact enough that you don’t need to prune it, but if gets a little unruly you can easily keep it in check with an early spring shear.Tango Weigela is saving a spot for you on its dance card. Don’t wait until we’re sold out of this striking, easy-care shrub. Order yours today!* Low maintenance* Fast Growing* No pruning needed* Beautiful flowers attract pollinators* Three seasons of showy color* Great for containers, beds and borders.
Three-Toned, Trumpet-Shaped BloomsCarnaval Weigela, Weigela florida ‘Courtalor’, is a deciduous shrub with adorable spring/summer blooms. Use just one as a specimen plant near your front door (where you’re sure to enjoy its bloom). These also work well planted en masse in a naturalized area.Your Carnaval Weigela is most beloved for its showy flowers. Resplendent in shades of white, pink and red, each trumpet-shaped bloom is a delicate jewel amid the glossy, green foliage. The first blossoms appear in late spring/early summer. Just when you think the floral display is over, your Carnaval Weigela will present you with yet another bloom late summer. When not in flower, the oblong, 4-inch, textured leaves will do a wonderful job filling out your shrub for an attractive appearance in your landscape.Carnaval Weigela will grow 5 feet tall with an equal spread. Its branches naturally arch, but if you prefer a more upright appearance then simply apply your pruning shears. Carnaval does best in sunny locations with moist soils but tolerates poor soils, including clay. It’s drought tolerant and transplants well. There are many flowering shrubs on the market today, but to find one that has adorable flowers throughout the summer, and on a hardy shrub that can take less-than-perfect conditions is a valuable plant for your yard. * Colorful, repeating bloom * Flowers for months * Tolerates moist & clay soils.
Show-Stopping Color Twice a YearRed Prince Weigela, Weigela florida ‘Red Prince’, is a deciduous shrub with repeat-blooming flowers. These would make an outstanding shrub border along your house. You could also plant just one Red Prince Weigela as a specimen plant near your front door where its sporadic bloom will be a delight all summer long. Your Red Prince Weigela shrub will provide a brilliant show for your yard not once, but twice a year! In late spring, 1.5-inch, trumpet-shaped flowers of radiant red will literally cover your Red Prince with their brilliance. The blooms last for weeks, never fading as many other flowers do. They maintain their natural radiance for the life of each blossom. Oblong, 4.5-inch green leaves provide a lush appearance for your Weigela, a delightful accent to the bright flowers, and a lovely presentation even when not in bloom. When summer begins to wane, your Red Prince Weigela will once again burst into color for yet another magnificent show of scarlet intensity. Red Prince Weigela shrubs will grow to 6 feet in height and width, with an upright vase shape. It has no significant disease or insect issues, but does attract hummingbirds, butterflies and bees to its color and delicious nectar. Red Prince Weigela grows best in full sun, but will tolerate some shade. It’s generally considered a low maintenance shrub, so you can enjoy its lovely attributes without investing a lot of time and care.If you have a spot in your yard where a bold statement is called for, then Red Prince Weigela is for you. It’s certainly a shrub that demands attention and awe from summer through fall.* Bright, re-blooming flowers * Adaptive to clay soils * Wildlife interest * Low maintenance.
Dramatic Foliage and Prolific Flowers Tuxedo Weigela, Weigela x ‘Velda’ , is an ornamental shrub with a dramatic presentation. Plant one at the front of your perennial bed for a bold splash of color, or line your walkway with these hardy and decorative shrubs. You can even place a few of these versatile plants in containers for your patio or front porch.The result of a top breeding program, your Tuxedo Weigela has emerged a strong grower with loads and loads of bright flowers against striking foliage. The oval, slightly-serrated leaves almost steal the show with their deep, burgundy-green coloration that is so dramatic, they’re almost black in appearance. However, the bell-shaped flowers are the real scene-stealer, prolifically blanketing your shrub in pristine white blooms from summer into fall.Your Tuxedo Weigela will perform well without your attention, but an early spring pruning and later deadheading will increase its already abundant flower production. As an added benefit, hummingbirds, bees and butterflies will also enjoy your Tuxedo Weigela’s beauty and fragrance.Tuxedo Weigela is a deciduous shrub growing to about 3 feet tall with a 4 foot spread. It’s an upright shrub with a mounded nature and compact form. Tuxedo is tolerant of a variety of soil types and is cold hardy to -30 Fahrenheit. It will perform well in part sun, but develops its best color in full sun.If you’re seeking a vivid splash of color for your yard, then look no further than Tuxedo Weigela. With its sensational foliage and long-blooming flowers, it’s a high-performing shrub you won’t want to miss.* Bell-shaped blooms* Long flowering* Cold hardy.
Beautiful Pink Blooms Twice a Year!The Pink Poppet Weigela, Weigela florida ‘Pink Poppet’, is the first in an upcoming line of weigelas with similar “ground-cover” habit. It has an almost trailing form reaching only 2’ tall and spreading up to 40″. This dwarf, dense, rounded, deciduous shrub produces funnel shaped shell-pink flowers that are born in profusion in June, and then with a lighter re-bloom again in late summer. ‘Pink Poppet’ has emerald green foliage all season long that contrasts nicely with the flowers. It is easily grown in average, medium moisture, well-drained soils in full sun. Needs full sun for best flowering and foliage color, but will tolerate very light or sun dappled shade.* Great as a groundcover* Easy to grow* Blooms in summer .
Breathtaking Color and Performance Maroon Swoon Weigela, Weigela x Slingco 2′, is a mid-sized, ornamental shrub. Plant a few of these for a colorful border at the back of your flower bed or use just one for a stunning splash of color that will persist all season. Maroon Swoon WEigela is also a terrific plant for patio pots, so you can easily scatter a few around your porch or by the pool. Any place you put a Maroon Swoon is sure to draw your eye with its fantastic color and long-lasting display.Your Maroon Swoon Weigela is, just as it sounds, a one-of-a-kind shrub that can make you “swoon” with its breathtaking, deep maroon color and exceptional performance. This remarkable shrub features lightly-serrated leaves of deep green hue and brilliant, bell-shaped flowers that burst onto the scene in spring and persist throughout the summer (and even into autumn). The prolific bloom is a stand-out in any setting, with its outstanding beauty only rivaled by its ease of care.Maroon Swoon Weigela is a deciduous shrub growing up to 5 feet in height with a 3 foot spread. It has an upright, rounded habit and mounded nature. Maroon Swoon is cold hardy to -30 Fahrenheit and requires very little care. In fact, you can leave it be, or give it a light pruning in spring, with periodic deadheading, to enhance its already stellar performance. Wildlife loves Maroon Swoon for its lively color and delicious fragrance, but deer tend to pass it by.With so many fascinating shrubs to choose from, it can be difficult to select the perfect one for your home. However, Maroon Swoon Weigela makes the choice easy. Its ease of care, prolific performance and radiant beauty makes Maroon Swoon Weigela the optimal choice for almost any location.* Brilliant fragrant flowers* Cold hardy* Deer Resistant.
Cold Hardy Colorful Dwarf Attracts Butterflies & HummingbirdsMinuet Weigela is a dwarf shrub with showy flowers and foliage. These would make an attractive, small hedge in your landscape, or use one as a colorful accent in your perennial beds.Your Minuet Weigela is a colorful plant even when not in full bloom. The elliptic leaves have a slight purple hue, lending them an attractive color all season long. In spring, yellow-throated, hot-pink flowers with a trumpet-like appearance appear for a dramatic display in your yard. As an added bonus, the flowers sporadically bloom again throughout summer, an extra boon for your wildlife.Minuet Weigela will grow to 3 feet tall with a 5 feet spread. It has a dense, rounded form and is hardier than some other dwarf cultivars. In fact, it was developed in Canada, and has improved cold tolerance. Minuet requires full sun for best flowering, but will tolerate a variety of other conditions. It’s amenable to pruning, so you can shape it as needed. Its dwarf size makes this Minuet Weigela perfect for your small garden beds or other spots where you’d love to have something this colorful, but just don’t have a lot of space. Plant a few Minuets here-and-there and enjoy their colorful show.* Re-blooming flowers * Colorful, purple tinged foliage * Wildlife interest * Attracts butterflies & hummingbirds .
Reliable Shrub with Colorful Flowers and FoliageWeigelas have always been a popular shrub, and Java Red lives up to its reputation for a stunning spring display and reliable, decorative foliage. Buds start out red in spring, transitioning to delicate trumpet blooms of pink. This picture-perfect display will provide a lively decorative addition to your landscape, as well as create a boon for your early pollinators. Even after the spectacular spring/early summer show, Java Red Weigela will continue to prove its worth with burgundy-tinted, deep green foliage that maintains its vibrant visage all summer and into fall. Your Java Red Weigela is a deciduous shrub that will grow up to 4 feet in height with a 5 foot spread. It has a compact habit and moderate growth rate. Some people think that a shrub this valuable must be difficult to grow. However, Java Red is easy to grow and propagate, as well as being highly versatile. It’s adaptable to a variety of soils and looks remarkable as a border, along an outbuilding or even planted as a single focal point amid other, less-showy plantings. Java Red can even be used in containers. It’s a Weigela variety that looks just as great un-pruned as it does pruned (fountain-like or manicured), so can add interesting color and definition anywhere, without a lot of effort from you. Weigelas are available in many varieties, and Java Red is a superb choice among them. One of the oldest Weigela types, Java Red is actually a dwarf, so it’s an excellent way to have the joys of a Weigela in your yard without taking up a lot of space. Why not try one this year! * Decorative foliage & spring flowers* Hardy & adaptable to a variety of soils* Wildlife interest* Works well in containers.