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Oct 28, From a mature plant you can cut off a branch to start your Weigela shrub. This cutting should be taken just before the blossoms start to come out. Use very sharp shears to take your cutting. Dull shears will cause you to break off the branch instead of cutting the shrubhauling.buzzted Reading Time: 3 mins. Jun 22, These are nodal cuttings. I also trimmed off the bottom leaves, and any leaf axils left behind, to ensure a clean stem, again to minimise chance of rot during the rooting process.

The first cut is the deepest. This resulted in a bunch of two-leaved cuttings. In some cases, where the leaves are large, I have removed one of the shrubhauling.buzzted Reading Time: 2 mins.

Jul 20, Weigela is an excellent spring-blooming shrub that can add flair and color to your spring garden. Pruning weigelas helps keep them looking healthy and beautiful. But it can be a little confusing when trying to figure out how and when to trim weigela shrubs.

Keep reading to learn more about how to prune weigela shrubhauling.buzzted Reading Time: 3 mins. Mar 05, Weigela florida. Zones: Height/Spread: Dwarf stature, inches tall and inches wide. Exposure: Full sun to light shade. Bloom Time: Mid-late spring. Color: Pink flowers, variegated foliage with creamy margins and pink undertones. The diminutive size makes this ideal for small spaces. Plant in containers, along borders or pathways.

Sep 21, Weigela shrubs are hardy to plant in U.S. Department of Agriculture growing zones 5 through 8, where they produce pink trumpet-shaped flowers in late spring.

Propagate the weigela by taking softwood cuttings in late spring through early summer or hardwood cuttings in mid-summer. Apr 22, Weigela is versatile, growing in both sun and partial shade, although best flowering occurs when you plant your shrub in full sun.

Weigela easily roots from softwood cuttings in three to four weeks, according to the University of Connecticut Department of Horticulture, while hardwood cuttings take up to six months.

There are two exceptions to the full-sun rule. First, in the hottest regions of the country, light afternoon shade helps protect the plant.