Weigela florida Wings of Fire™Weigela florida Wings of Fire™

Common Name: Wings of Fire™ Weigela

Patent: PP21920

Bloomtime: Late spring, early summer

Bloomcolor: Lavender blue

Exposure: Full Sun, tolerates very light shade

Height: 1.0-1.2 m (3-4ft)

Spread: 1.0-1.2 m (3-4ft)

Water: average to moist, well drained soil

Hardiness: zones 4-8

Fragrant: light, flowers

Zone: 4

Deer Resistant: Occasionally damaged by deer

Attracts Butterflies: Attracts butterflies, bees and hummingbirds

Drought Tolerant: Moderately drought tolerant, once established

Characteristics: Upright, mound forming, deciduous shrub, Bears lavender blue, funnel-shaped flowers in early summer., Foliage emerges green, becomes reddish bronze as it matures then turns bright red in fall, Attracts hummingbirds.