Uses: Perennial reblooming shrub. Perfect for hedges, borders, and foundations!
Benefits: Attracts pollinators and hummingbirds. Produces bright pink, beautiful, densely packed blooms twice during the year: in the spring and again in mid-late summer through frost.
Zones: 4 - 8
Sun: Full Sun
Life Cycle: Perennial
Mature Height: 4' - 5'
Mature Width: 4' - 5'
Bloom Season: Spring, then again in mid to late summer through frost
Months of blooms!
Old-fashioned charm with modern day performance! Sonic Bloom® Pink weigela blooms in late spring along with other weigela, then reblooms mid-summer to frost. It’s covered in trumpet-shaped pink blooms for months, year after year.
This new variety has the strongest reblooming ever seen in weigelas, with loads of flowers in May followed by waves of blooms until frost. Sonic Bloom weigelas are good additions to mixed borders and also make a great low foundation planting.
Bright pink flowers are densely packed on stems.
A reliable, hardy rebloomer. Deadheading not required.
Tolerates clay soil.
Reblooming Weigela Care
Provide full sun. Too little light will cause growth issues.
Fertilization is suggested, especially if soil is poor. Our slow release fertilizer is a great option. Keep well fertilized for best rebloom.
If pruning is desired, it should be done after spring flowering has finished. Early spring and dormant pruning will remove the first set of flower buds. Stop pruning in late July to allow spring flower buds to form for the following season.
Water well, especially after planting prior to establishment. Attempt to keep soil moist, but not wet. It's suggested to place 2"-3" of mulch under this plant to help retain ground moisture.
Space 5' apart at a minimum.
Size of Reblooming Weigela for Sale
We ship our Sonic Bloom® Pink Reblooming Weigela in quart sized grow pots.
Size of Reblooming Weigela When Mature
Sonic Bloom® Pink Reblooming Weigela will reach mature heights of 4' - 5' and mature widths of 4' - 5'.
What is the botanical name of Sonic Bloom® Pink Reblooming Weigela?
Its botanical name is Weigela florida ‘Bokrasopin’.