Weigela Czechmark Trilogy® Description
Weigela is an undemanding deciduous shrub that is easy to grow. Recent breeding has brought us colorful new selections and noted improvements from older varieties including:
- Prolific flowering- Numerous and showy 1 1/2" funnel shaped blooms
- New and interesting flower colors
- Extended flowering period - lasting up to 6 weeks
Czechmark Trilogy™ transforms the standard with striking 3 color bloom! Clusters of 1/2" funnel-shaped blooms have a colorful array of white, pink and red for a crown jewel performance in late spring to early summer. Beautiful to enjoy and loved by butterflies & hummingbirds.
A multi-stemmed shrub is ideal for border, foundations and containers, even groundcovers. Glossy green foliage throughout the growing season provides an excellent background to perennials and other shrubs. If you wish to retain a tidy form, pruning can be done immediately after flowering.
- Drought and heat proof
- Vigorous growing
- Deer & rabbit resistant
- Thrives in sun and partial shade
- Adaptable to different soil types from clay to loam
- Highly tolerant of urban conditions
- No serious disease or insect issues
- Long lived shrub
This is an enduring shrub with a forgiving nature in less than perfect soil. Why not treat yourself to this trouble-free shrub today.
Special features: Attracts butterflies, Cold hardy, Deer resistant, Drought tolerant, Easy care, Heat tolerant, Attracts hummingbirds, Moisture tolerant, Pest resistant, Rabbit resistant
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- Botanical name:
Weigela florida Czechmark Trilogy
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- Sun exposure:
Full sun, Part shade
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- Height x width:
36" x 36"
- Flower color:
Pink, Red, White
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- Bloom season:
Late spring-early summer
Accent, Border, Container gardening, Cottage gardening, Foundation planting, Massing, Small spaces
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- Patent #: 'VUKOZGemini' PPAF
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Soil: Not fussy about soil. Tolerates a wide range from clay to loam.
Light: Full sun to part Shade
Water: Average moisture
Spacing: 2-3 feet
Fertilizing: Light scattering of slow release fertilizer (such as Osmocote) in mid-spring is sufficient.
Winterizing:No special winter requirements
Maintenance & pruning: Any pruning should be done immediately after flowering since blooms flower on old wood the next season. Pruning will help to shape the plant and keep it tidy in the landscape. It it not a requirement to prune, however.
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