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Weigela

Uses:

  • Specimen or Focal Point
  • Flowering Borders
  • Wildlife Gardens

Features:

  • Attracts Hummingbirds
  • Eary Spring Blooms
  • Low Maintenance

Sunlight:

  • Partial Sun to Full Sun
  • 5+ Hours of Direct Sun

Growing Zones:

Weigela are flowering shrubs that bloom profusely in the spring time and rebloom through the summer. The trumpet-like flowers are a favorite for hummingbirds. The shrubs are low maintenance & deer resistant and becomming more and more popular in gardens.


Weigela bushes typically have beautiful pink or white flowers that bloom profusely in early spring, then again in late summer. The trumpet-like flowers are very attractive to hummingbirds. The bushes typically grow to a height of 1 to 6 feet tall, and similar width. Our most popular shrubs are the dwarf variety and only get 1-2 feet tall.

We offer the largest online selection and mainly sell weigela florida, which is a species native to North China, Korea and Japan. These are non-invasive in the United States. The genus is named after the German scientist Christian Ehrenfried Weigel.

  • Pink or white trumpet-like flowers
  • Blooms in early spring & summer
  • Typically 1 to 5 feet tall
  • Native to North China, Korea & Japan
  • Growing zones 4 - 8

Landscaping Tip: Weigela attract hummingbirds and butterflies, so place them within view of a window so that you can enjoy the display whether indoors or out.

Weigela Companion Plants

Plants that go well with weigela are annuals, perennials and shrubs that need plenty of sunlight and well drained but moist soil. Some of our favorite plants to grow with weigela shrubs in the garden are hydrangeas, viburnum, lilacs, bee balm, coneflowers, salvia, impatiens and fuschia. Many of those plants also attract hummingbirds, which make pairing those plants work so well.