- Botanical Name:Weigela florida ‘Vanicekii’; Family: Caprifoliaceae
- Height:6 – 8 Feet
- Spacing:6 – 8 feet.
- Depth:Soak roots 2 – 6 hours before planting and plant so stain on trunk is at same level as previously planted.
- Spread:8 – 10 feet.
- Light Required:Full Sun
- Color:Rosy-red blossoms.
- Size:2-3′ Bareroot
- Blooms:Late Spring, Early Summer
- Zone:4 – 8 (-20° F.).
- Form:Shrub, deciduous, weigela.
- Flower Form:Funnel-shaped flowers in clusters. Ocassionally will bloom throughout the season.
- Soil Requirements:Well-drained soil.
- Growth Rate:Moderate to fast growth rate.
- Pruning:Prune if needed after flowering. Dead or damaged branches can be removed anytime.
- Foliage:Medium green foliage, no Fall color.
- Comments:Pollution Tolerant, RESTRICTED STATES, AE, AK, GU, HI, PR.
A fast bloomer! Bell-shaped crimson blossoms cover the sweeping branches early summer to frost by the very first summer. Grows 6-8 ft. tall. Best in full sun. Bareroot. Zones 4-9. 2-3 ft bareroot.