Discussion in 'Plant ID' started by Clay_22, May 24, 2023.
A friend sent this to me for ID thinking trumpet vine but not a 100% sure
It’s a Weigelia, mate.
Thank you @Sjoerd
I will add that there are more than one Weigelia with yellow variegated leaves. I have one myself. I transplanted it October past. The jury is out if it will make it. Let me say though that, I see hopeful signs.
Variegated wiegelia is beautiful. Very nice plant. Likes part shade Part sun. It’s been in my garden many years. Every once in awhile I trim it back to its skivies to rejuvenate the whole plant. Easy care once established and a prolific bloomer.
Sorry Clay— I forgot to say, “You are welcome”. Glad to be of help.
@Sjoerd no worries mate.
Weigela florida variegata - lovely plant, and when the new shoots grow after flowering, and then they toughen up (which will take a few weeks), it is very easy to get tip cuttings to strike.
Tetters thanks for the propagation info.
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