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4.5 in. Qt. Wine and Roses Reblooming Weigela (Florida) Live Shrub, Pink Flowers and Dark Purple Foliage

  • Full sun, zones: 4 to 8, grows 5-6 ft. tall and wide
  • Dark purple foliage and rosy pink spring flowers
  • Attracts hummingbirds and resists deer
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Product Overview

Wine and Roses Weigela from Proven Winners is a hardy, award-winning shrub with rich, dark purple foliage and rosy pink flowers that first appear in spring and often rebloom in summer. Hummingbirds love the trumpet-shaped flowers and the plant also resists deer.
  • 4-5 ft. tall and wide at maturity
  • Full sun (6+ hours) required
  • Hardy in zones 4-8, be sure to check your USDA zone to ensure success
  • Quart shrubs are 5-8 in. tall and 6 months to 1-year old at shipment, varies by season and plant
  • Shrubs shipped from November through April will arrive dormant. Shrubs shipped April through October will arrive green or in bloom.

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Name4.5 in. Qt. Wine and Roses Reblooming Weigela (Florida) Live Shrub, Pink Flowers and Dark Purple Foliage4.5 in. Qt. Black Lace Elderberry (Sambucus) Live Shrub, Pink Flowers4.5 in. Qt. Pinky Winky Hardy Hydrangea (Paniculata) Live Shrub, White and Pink Flowers
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Additional CharacteristicsDeer ResistantDeer ResistantNone Listed
Sun ToleranceFull SunFull SunFull Sun
Common NameWeigelaElderberryHydrangea
Hardiness Zone4 (-30 to -20 F),5 (-20 to -10 F),6 (-10 to 0 F),7 (0 to 10 F),8 (10 to 20 F)4 (-30 to -20 F),5 (-20 to -10 F),6 (-10 to 0 F),7 (0 to 10 F)3 (-40 to -30 F),4 (-30 to -20 F),5 (-20 to -10 F),6 (-10 to 0 F),7 (0 to 10 F),8 (10 to 20 F)
Water RequirementsTwice a weekTwice a weekMedium Light
FragranceNon-FragrantNon-FragrantNon-Fragrant
Best Time to PlantSpringSpringSpring
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Specifications

Dimensions

Mature Height (in.)
48
Mature Width (in.)
48

Details

Additional Characteristics
Deer Resistant
Average Shipping Height (in.)
5
Best Time to Plant
Spring
Blossom Color
Pink
Botanical Name
Weigela florida
Common Name
Weigela
Fragrance
Non-Fragrant
Growth Habit
Upright
Hardiness Zone
4 (-30 to -20 F),5 (-20 to -10 F),6 (-10 to 0 F),7 (0 to 10 F),8 (10 to 20 F)
Number of plants included (Pack-Size)
1
Recommended Space Between Plantings (in.)
60-72
Returnable
180-Day
Shipped As
Container
Sun Tolerance
Full Sun
Water Requirements
Twice a week
Wildlife Attracted
Butterflies,Hummingbirds
Wildlife Deterred
Deer

Questions & Answers

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When is the best time to cut back or prune

Asked by Kathy October 8, 2020
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In the spring, after blooms have faded. Weigela blooms on one year old wood so the growth after pruning will flower next spring.

How does this plant do in desert. Yuma Az?????

Asked by Kay September 14, 2020
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If watered well, in good soil and given good afternoon shade, this plant could survive in Yuma

What plant can I use for walk way small area?

Asked by Gloria May 21, 2020
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You could try a dwarf shrub such as Bobo Hydrangea, Spirea Double Play, Deutzia, or Weigela Snippet. They all get about 3 ft tall. If you want something even smaller many perennial Salvias are nice and stay in bloom a long time. And Dianthus is extremely nice and long blooming. Just pick one that has a mounding habit and a long bloom time - maybe Dianthus Firewitch or one that is in the "fruit punch series" which comes in many colors. They bloom constantly and if you give them a little hair cut they will bloom even more. If you like daylilies, you could try Stella de Oro or Happy Returns. They grow to about 24 inches tall, are tidy, and rebloom all summer - and very easy to grow.

Is this plant toxic to dogs?

Asked by AYLOGAN April 18, 2020
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Nope

I apparently missed the zone map, where can I find it at? I am in Southern Ohio

Asked by Kat September 2, 2019
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https://planthardiness.ars.usda.gov/PHZMWeb/

How often should I water my newly planted bush? I've been watering it every day the flowers are starting to turn brown

Asked by Tracy June 24, 2019
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I would only water is the soil becomes dry. You are probably over watering it

I’ve just purchased 2 of these plants and I wondering if I can plant them next to each other?

Asked by Jezidinma June 18, 2019
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Hello Jezidinma, the Wine and Roses Reblooming Weigela should be planted 6 ft apart to ensure proper growth. I hope this information helps. If you have any more questions, feel free to contact us on our hotline (734) 654-7485. Happy planting, Jade

Does the color stay pink all summer

Asked by Rini April 17, 2019
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I find mine have two main bloom periods, spring and late summer. During much of the summer there arent many blooms on the shrub

What is the blooming duration? I'm in Jersey.

Asked by freddy September 19, 2018
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They only bloom a short time - a few weeks at the end of spring but are worth it for springtime color. I planted mine next to blue Siberian Iris and they bloom at the same time and look great together. Centaurea Montana (in blue) is another plant that blooms along with them. That one would do great in NJ (so would Siberian Iris). Plus weigela are so easy to grow.

What does Wine & Roses look like in the winter. Does it keep its leaves?

Asked by FLOWER July 4, 2018
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I have only had mine for one winter and it died to the ground but is coming back this summer. With other weigela once they mature they loss their leaves and spend the winter bare branched. I have not tried to protect mine with a winter burlap wrap though.

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4.5 inch quart Wine and Roses are looming Weigela Shrub was a Big disappointment
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The shrub I was looking was the one pictured on Home Depot , that was not in the store, but could be ordered on line. What I received was a small shrub with a few leaves and the rest were dead around the plant. There is no way I will be able to plant this shrub due to condition of it (dead vine and foiliage.
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I purchased several different plants, all kinds of varieties, from Home Depot and other nurseries. These Weigelas were from Home Depot. They arrived in fairly great condition but I don’t think they like Texas (zone 8). They have been struggling for weeks. Even the Rocket Burberry, which was in worse condition than these 2, has started to bloom & grow. These 2 just look miserable. I’m going to have to put them out of their misery if they don’t start looking happier soon
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Very pleased with my purchase. I had been all over town looking for replacement shrubs for ones ...
Very pleased with my purchase. I had been all over town looking for replacement shrubs for ones that had died in a front mulch bed. Happened to be looking at Home Depot's website and found them there. Learning that I could order these on-line to be delivered to my door was the best news of all. Shrubs arrived quickly and in great shape. These plants were a bit smaller than comparable ones in retail stores or nurseries, but the price reflected the smaller size, which worked perfectly for me and was a great cost savings.
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Not only was the plant tiny, but it looked as...
Not only was the plant tiny, but it looked as though it was from a cutting... was very disappointed. Not worth the money spent.
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Plant was shipped dormant, but has a few new leaves and arrived undamaged.
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Plant was shipped dormant, but has a few new leaves and arrived undamaged.
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First one died but I was sent a second, healthy one
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I received one of these for a dead spot between some compact lilac shrubs. The shrub arrived in late July (heat wave week). It was pretty stressed but I left it on the patio in morning sun and gave it water. Before being boxed it looked like it was pruned but not that well. It appeared someone took head trimmers and sliced off the top, cutting leaves and all (see picture). This appeared to add to the plant's stress. I waited until an overcast day and planted it (late July). I soaked the hole and the plant afterwards. It budded out new leaves and went through some transplant shock and eventually died. I contacted Proven Winners on a Friday in September and by the next Wednesday I had a replacement plant in excellent shape. I replanted and it is doing great. Great customer service. I assume it will take a few years to get big but am excited to see how it will look next spring. I have it in a full sun (12+ hours) location.
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Very popular plant but still no blooms on mine.
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As far as I can tell from my research, the Wine and Roses Weigela is the same whether it is call "re-blooming" or not, and whether it is called a "shrub" or not. If it's "Wine and Roses," then that means that it's a re-blooming shrub. It gets great reviews as a plant that doesn't look good in winter but makes up for that in summer. The plant came with some dead leaves as shown in the photo. It had no blooms or buds. I pruned those off and new growth started within the week, but still no buds. At this point, the foliage does not seem noticeably dark purple. The new growth is light green and the older growth is dark green.
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Response from Proven WinnersAugust 1, 2016
Hi SimpleKitchen,

The foliage does turn dark purple as it ages. If you look closely in the center of the picture you will see that some of the leaves are starting to turn. This will happen more after planting when the plant has established itself. Any pruning now will delay the budding process. It is best to prune after the first flowering.

Please call our hotline so we may give you tips on how to care for your Wine and Roses, (734) 654- 7485.

Best regards,

Fallon
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Received and planted in October 2020 but it is still too early to tell if it will survive this wi...
Received and planted in October 2020 but it is still too early to tell if it will survive this winter. Lost all leaf though.
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