Monday, June 30, 2008

Weigela



The Weigela is in full bloom, with soft pink blossoms putting on a grand display. This bush is getting larger every year, and shows no signs of stopping. It must be well over 6 ft, and is impinging on some of my daylily seedlings. Never too late for a good trimming:).

7 comments:

Sheila said...

Lovely!

West Coast Island Gardener said...

Lovely pink trumpets against the silvering wood - the hummingbirds must love them.

Jan said...

Weigela is one of my favorite shrubs, but ours bloom here in March/April. I love the light pink color of yours. At that size, it must be a glorious sight right now.

Jan
Always Growing

Zoƫ said...

Such pretty colours though, the soft pink and the varigated green leaf. Looks lovely with roses in a mixed border.

Mary Ann Archibald said...

Tag. You're it!
http://urbangardenjournal.blogspot.com/2008/07/tag-im-it-and-now-following-bloggers.html

VP said...

I have 3 of them in my garden - bought at a plant auction. They love being chopped right back.

Thanks for your visit last week - just catching up with everyone - you know how it is post holiday :)

chey said...

Thanks everyone for stopping by and commenting! I so appreciate your feedback!

Mary Ann~~I'm it!!! Okay,give me a couple of days:).