How tall do weigela grow?

How tall do weigela grow?

4′ to 5′ tall
Plant size is 4′ to 5′ tall and wide at maturity. Hardy in Zones 4-8. Sonic Bloom— Bright pink flowers all season long, with strongest bloom in spring.

Should you cut back weigela?

It is best to prune weigela shrubs in the late spring after they have finished blooming. Trimming weigela bushes right after they bloom will keep you from inadvertently pruning off next year’s flowers. Pruning weigelas after blooming means that you’ll pruning before the blooming wood has a chance to grow.

What is the tallest weigela?

Red Prince Weigela
Red Prince Weigela The Red Prince is the tallest variety and reaches 6 feet tall each. It also features stunning crimson red blooms.

Is weigela Hardy UK?

Weigela Varieties for Sale UK. All of the Weigelas we have for sale are fully hardy in the United Kingdom. They are available in various sizes & maturities.

How do you grow weigela in the UK?

Grow weigela in moist but well-drained soil in full sun to partial shade. Prune back after flowering and mulch annually with a well-rotted compost or leaf mould.

How and when to prune weigelas?

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  • Pruning shears
  • Gardening gloves (optional)
  • How to care for Weigela in the winter?

    Pruning and deadheading: Remove any dead branches in early spring when the shrub is starting to leaf out.

  • Soil: Weigela grows best in moderately acidic to slightly alkaline soil,with a pH between 5.5 and 7.5.
  • Amendments&fertilizer: Apply a balanced slow-release fertilizer in early spring around the root zone according to package instructions.
  • Is Weigela an evergreen shrub?

    Weigela florida Spilled Wine® is a compact, deciduous shrub noted for its striking foliage of narrowly ovate, dark purple leaves all season long. Easy to grow, this flowering shrub is perfect as a focal point in the sunny border or in containers. Click to see full answer. Likewise, is weigela an evergreen?

    How do you take care of Fine Wine Weigela?

    – Planting. Weigela likes well drained soil and lots of direct sunlight. – Watering. Make sure you water your newly planted weigela every day. – Pruning. After the short flowering season in July, prune back your weigela. – The Natural Shrub. – Mulch. – Fertilizing. – Propagation. – Winter Care.