Spilled Wine® Weigela florida
- Hardy Zones
- 4 - 8
- Mature Size
- 24 - 36 Inches
Generally, plants that are in stock will be shipped within a week after your order is received.
Once it has shipped you will receive an email with your FedEx tracking number.
Occasionally plants may be trimmed before shipping to ensure fuller branching and flowering in your garden.
Beautiful and versatile!
Spilled Wine® weigela shares the fabulous deep purple foliage and bright pink flowers of the classic Wine & Roses® weigela but in a smaller size. This useful plant grows wider than tall, making it the perfect choice for edging beds or walkways and for incorporating under windows in your landscaping. Like all weigela, it is deer resistant and very easy to care for.
Top reasons to grow Spilled Wine® weigela:
- Very colorful even when not in bloom
- Dwarf, wider-than-tall habit has many uses in the landscape
- Deer resistant
Mixed borders; foundation plantings; mass plantings.
Prefers well-drained soils but is extremely adaptable to other soil types. Pruning is best done immediately after flowering; little pruning is needed. Medium moisture. Fertilize in early spring by applying a slow release fertilizer specialized for trees & shrubs. Follow the label for recommended rate of application.
Here is a nice comparison of our entire Wine series of weigela.
- KeithDeWittMichiganUnited States46 weeks ago
My landscaper put this wonderful bush into my front landscaping Two seasons ago...absolutely gorgeous...filled in fast, easy to maintain and has a gazillion flowers.! I loved it so much last year that i added some to my landscaping in my back yard last summer! So many compliments on it as well!Angela HoffmannEast LeroyMichiganUnited States1 year ago
Purchased 2 of these and neither survived the winter. What a shame because I thought they would be beautiful in my yard.AnneMarie WichmanMenashaWisconsinUnited States1 year ago
Love the beauty of this shurb. It is a great surprize everytime it blooms in the middle of spring here in Nebraska. I watch for the first sign of blooms and am always surprized to find them open when I least expect.ConnieJoBennetNebraskaUnited States4 years ago