Planting Wine & Rose Weigela


Weigela are hardy and beautiful shrubs that are easy to plant and care for! Beautiful dark purple/green leaves and pink flowers!
Planting Wine & Roses Weigela http://www.madincrafts.com/2013/07/planting-wine-and-roses-weigela.html
Weigela prefer well drained soil. Sand helps. http://www.madincrafts.com/2013/07/planting-wine-and-roses-weigela.html
Break up the root ball and plant! http://www.madincrafts.com/2013/07/planting-wine-and-roses-weigela.html
It will get pretty pink flowers on the new growth each spring and summer. The plant can grow to be quite large, but can be pruned each year. http://www.madincrafts.com/2013/07/planting-wine-and-roses-weigela.html

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  • Douglas Hunt
    on Jul 15, 2013

    I don't think it's a good idea to try to keep a shrub at half the size it wants to be.

  • Karen Worlock
    on Feb 23, 2014

    I have a Weigela that is probably 18 years old. I have never pruned it, It is 5 ft. tall and as wide or wider., It is away from all other trees and shrubs. When it blooms it is beautiful. Flowers are bright tangerine color. It will sometimes spit blooms all spring long. Bunnies love to live in it. Do not prune the form when you let it go is fantastic. Plant where it has room to spread to its natural growth.

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