Spilled Wine Weigela Stuns With Foliage and Flowers

White Scribbled Underline

Weigela with spilled wine will bring in the hummingbirds, bees, and butterflies. Find out where the plant can grow, how much light it needs, and more.  

Lined Circle

1

The Spilled Wine weigela, which also goes by the pronunciation way-guh-luh, is a huge flowering shrub that produces clusters of flowers during the springtime.   

Lined Circle

2

In the past, the pink flowers might come back in the summer, but now there are new types that come in many colors and bloom more all summer and fall.  

Lined Circle

3

Are you interested in obtaining even more flowers for your yard? Please take a look at our compilation of the top ten flowering shrubs; weigela is included in the list.  

Lined Circle

4

Spilled wine weigela (Weigela florida) attracts butterflies, bees, and birds in Zones 4–8. Best to plant in full light for at least six hours. Weigela needs regular watering, especially in summer.   

Lined Circle

5

The plant tolerates clay soil, which deer avoid. While its flowers endure all spring, Proven Winners says its purple-black foliage is beautiful even when not in bloom.  

Lined Circle

6

People usually love weigela plants because their flowers open early, which hummingbirds love. Some types bloom again in the summer, but even the ones that only bloom in the spring have beautiful, colorful leaves.  

Lined Circle

7

You can grow many weigela kinds in your yard. There must be one for you! The dwarf shrub and Sonic Bloom series flower in waves from spring to fall in red, pink, and white. My Monet (above) blooms brilliant pink trumpets without pruning.  

Lined Circle

8

Other Stories

also see

also see

How to Get Rid of Dandelions in Your Yard  

..................................................