Weigelas are valued for lavish springtime display of funnel-shaped, 1-in.- long flowers. They aren’t attractive out of bloom, have no real fall color. Most are rather coarse leafed and stiff, becoming rangy unless pruned.Use as background plants for flower borders, as summer screens, in mixed borders.Weigela coraeensis
To 12–15 ft. tall and wide, with leaves to 6 in. long. Flowers are 1/2 in. long, white or light pink aging to red.
Native to Europe and Asia. Grows to 40–70 ft. tall and wide. The common name refers to woolly wh...
Native from western Great Plains to Mexico. To 8–16 in. high, 1/2 ft. or wider. Finely divided l...
Native to 5,000–11,000-ft. elevations in northern Arizona, Utah, Nevada, and Southern California...