Weigela middendorffiana – this variety has bright green leaves with pale yellow flowers, often with contrasting markings in the centre of the bell-shaped flowers.Weigela florida ‘Variegata’ – this is one of the best variegated cultivars. It’s smaller and more compact, with cream and green leaves, and pink flowers. The Royal Horticultural Society has given it its prestigious Award of Garden Merit (AGM).Weigelas make the perfect garden shrub. Low-maintenance, they’re easy to grow and work well in a variety of situations, including mixed borders. The leaves of weigela are deciduous and range from dark green to light green, golden and variegated shades. The funnel-shaped flowers are a hit with bumblebees, and range in colour from deep pink to yellow, appearing in early summer.
Weigelas are easy to look after. Prune moderately, after flowering has finished. Established weigelas also respond well to hard pruning if they have outgrown their spot – you can cut back stems to ground level to encourage new growth.To get your weigela shrub off to a good start, always dig a generous hole and add mycorrhizal fungi. Ensure it’s planted at the same depth it was in the pot and water well. In dry conditions, keep watering regularly until you spot signs of growth. Weigela ‘Naomi Campbell’ = ‘Bokrashine’ (PBR) – a compact, bushy, rounded shrub growing to about 1m. The dark green foliage is tinged with bronzy-purple and flowers are a dark pinkish-red. Grow weigela in moist but well-drained soil in full sun to partial shade. Prune back after flowering and mulch annually with a well-rotted compost or leaf mould.Стоимость доставки по Московской области – 500 руб. до МКАД + 50 руб. за каждый км. Доставка на расстояние дальше 150 км от МКАД обговаривается с менеджером в индивидуальном порядке. Минимальная сумма заказа – 5000 руб. Заказы на сумму от 10000 руб. доставим бесплатно.Minor Black Weigela makes a fine choice for the outdoor landscape, but it is also well-suited for use in outdoor pots and containers. Because of its height, it is often used as a ‘thriller’ in the ‘spiller-thriller-filler’ container combination; plant it near the center of the pot, surrounded by smaller plants and those that spill over the edges. It is even sizeable enough that it can be grown alone in a suitable container. Note that when grown in a container, it may not perform exactly as indicated on the tag – this is to be expected. Also note that when growing plants in outdoor containers and baskets, they may require more frequent waterings than they would in the yard or garden. Be aware that in our climate, most plants cannot be expected to survive the winter if left in containers outdoors, and this plant is no exception. Contact our experts for more information on how to protect it over the winter months.Minor Black Weigela will grow to be about 3 feet tall at maturity, with a spread of 4 feet. It has a low canopy. It grows at a medium rate, and under ideal conditions can be expected to live for approximately 30 years.
Welcome to our plant search tool. This database contains many of the thousands of plants that we carry. There are some notable exceptions. Hundreds of new perennials come out every year and Make It Green has been a leader in making them available to you. Eventually the recent introductions will make it to our plant search tool but every year there will be a lag between our in-store plant selection and this search tool. Unfortunately this search tool can’t cover everything that we will carry this year. We also carry over 100 varieties of rare and unusual evergreens and over 100 varieties of hard-to-find shrubs many of which are not in the plant search. Click on the Plant List button for a list of nearly all the woody plants (trees, shrubs and evergreens) that we have ordered or already have in stock for this coming year.The main reason why weigela Black Minor has become popular with gardeners is the flowering of the shrub twice a year. The first time the shrub is covered with abundant flowers in June – July. This is the last year’s shoots blooming. This fascinating process lasts up to four weeks.
Weigela Minor Black reproduces well by self-seeding. It remains for the gardener to transplant the grown seedlings in the spring, choosing the most developed plants.It is noteworthy that Minor Black weigela flowers can change color over time. The pale pink bells get brighter and darker over time. Flowering ends with the formation of fruit bolls with seeds inside.The color range of the leaves is from red to dark purple. Some leaf blades become almost black over time. Shrub and flowering are notable. Bright or dark pink flowers cover the crown of the weigela, turning it into a garden decoration. Narrow five-petalled bells are collected in inflorescences of several pieces.
Before the onset of frost, the trunk circle is covered with a thick layer of compost. The branches of the plant must be carefully pulled together with twine or wire. After that, wrap it up with kraft paper, agrospan or other insulating material.The main problem with growing weigela Minor Black outdoors is its strong sensitivity to cold. The plant must be covered for the winter. Due to the low winter hardiness of the Minor Black weigela, the culture is not recommended for planting in the northern regions. You need to water the bushes regularly. In this case, it is important to ensure that moisture does not stagnate in the trunk circle. An adult bush requires up to 10 – 15 liters of water. Watering is done more frequently during dry summer months. You can feed fertilizer in the spring with dry preparations, which need to be poured into the trunk circle of each bush. An adult plant requires about 50 g of a mixture of urea, superphosphate and potassium salt in a 2: 2: 1 ratio.Dwarf deciduous shrub reaches a height of no more than a meter. Its shoots are mainly vertical. The dense, lush crown is formed from pointed leaves, different in color. The diameter of the crown of an adult weigela Minor Black shrub usually does not exceed 1 m.
To grow Weigela Minor Black, you need to choose a place that is illuminated by the sun most of the day. With a lack of light, the branches of the plant quickly become lignified. Such a bush hardly blooms.Weigelu Minor Black is propagated by cuttings and seeds. A blank of planting material for cuttings is cut in the spring until flower buds are formed. Young branches with green bark are cut with a sharp tool at a 90 degree angle. The length of the workpiece should be no more than 15 cm.The hole for planting weigela Minor Black should be about 50 cm deep. The grown weigela has a fairly large root system. The planting pit is recommended to be made in the form of a square with a side of 50 – 60 cm.Sequencing:
A shrub with fragile branches and delicate flowers, it suffers greatly from the wind. Therefore, the site for planting weigels must be protected from drafts.The plant is easy to propagate by seed. But it should be noted that Minor Black is a hybrid variety. Therefore, the varietal qualities of plants grown from seeds may differ from the parental variant.Blooming Weigela Minor Black is demanding on soil fertility. But, if the plant is overfed, or fertilizers are applied incorrectly, then flowering can not wait. In order not to waste time and effort on maintaining the looseness of the site for the weigela, you can mulch the near-trunk circle after watering with a thick layer. Mulch is prepared from a mixture of sawdust, compost and peat. The layer can be up to 10 cm. Weigela develops well and blooms luxuriantly, growing on loose soil. After watering, it is necessary to loosen the trunk circle to a depth of 10 cm each time.The second flowering in the season is provided by young shoots. And, despite the fact that this picture is not as bright as the first plant covered with delicate flowers in September, at least it looks exotic against the background of fading vegetation.Experienced gardeners advise planting cuttings in separate containers. The bushes need to be grown to a permanent place for one and a half to two years. To make the future seedling sufficiently developed and lush, the top of the cutting after the formation of the roots is shortened by a third.
Разрешите присылать Вам короткие уведомления с этого сайта о распродажах и скидках, полезные советы садоводам и другую интересную информацию о саде и огороде.Mealybugs: Mealybugs are 1/8 to ¼ inch long flat wingless insects that secrete a white powder that forms a waxy shell that protects them. They form cottony looking masses on stems, branches and leaves. They suck the juices from leaves and stems and cause weak growth. They also attract ants with the honeydew they excrete, and the honeydew can grow a black sooty mold on it as well. Burpee Recommends: Wash affected plant parts and try to rub the bugs off. They may also be controlled by predator insects such as lacewings, ladybugs and parasitic wasps. Check with your Cooperative Extension Service for pesticide recommendations.Powdery Mildew: This fungus disease occurs on the top of the leaves in humid weather conditions. The leaves appear to have a whitish or greyish surface and may curl. Burpee Recommends: Avoid powdery mildew by providing good air circulation for the plants by good spacing and pruning. Contact your Cooperative Extension Service for fungicide recommendations. Spider Mites: These tiny spider-like pests are about the size of a grain of pepper. They may be red, black, brown or yellow. They suck on the plant juices removing chlorophyll and injecting toxins which cause white dots on the foliage. There is often webbing visible on the plant. They cause the foliage to turn yellow and become dry and stippled. They multiply quickly and thrive in dry conditions. Burpee Recommends: Spider mites may be controlled with a forceful spray every other day. Try hot pepper wax or insecticidal soap. Check with your Cooperative Extension Service for miticide recommendations. Botrytis: This fungus causes a grey mold on flowers, leaves, stems and buds. It thrives in cool wet weather conditions. Burpee Recommends: Remove affected plant parts, avoid watering at night and getting water on the plant when watering. Make sure plants have good air circulation. Contact your Cooperative Extension Service for fungicide recommendations. Aphids: Greenish, red, black or peach colored sucking insects can spread disease as they feed on the undersides of leaves. They leave a sticky residue on foliage that attracts ants. Burpee Recommends: Introduce or attract natural predators into your garden such as lady beetles and wasps which feed on aphids. You can also wash them off with a strong spray, or use an insecticidal soap.Rust: A number of fungus diseases that causes rust colored spots on foliage and stalks. Burpee Recommends: For serious infections contact your Cooperative Extension Service for fungicide recommendations. Anthracnose: This is a fungus disease causes brown spots with purple edges on the leaves. The spots turn black in the center; leaves become yellow, dry and fall off. The fungus overwinters in diseased plant debris. Burpee Recommends: Avoid overhead watering which can spread the fungus spores. Keep a clean garden, remove and discard all diseased plant material. Use a mulch to prevent spores from splashing from the soil onto plants. Black Spot: This is a fungal disease that affects leaves. It usually occurs in hot, humid or rainy weather. Black circular spots appear on the upper and undersides of leaves. The outer margins of the circles are ragged. The spots can enlarge and merge. The leaves often fall off the plant leaving the plant defoliated. The damage is often worse on the lower leaves. Burpee Recommends: Remove all debris from under the plants. Avoid getting the leaves wet. A mulch under the plants will help prevent spores from splashing up. N.C. Cooperative Extension prohibits discrimination and harassment on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, sex (including pregnancy), disability, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, and veteran status.Weigela typically grows from 6 to 10 feet tall and 9 to 12 feet wide; however, cultivars tend to be smaller. When mature, older interior branches can be removed in late winter to improve the plant’s vigor and blooms the following year. This plant blooms on old wood, therefore, pruning is best done just after flowering as flowers appear on last season’s wood. If not pruned, branches will form a fountain-like outline which is highly ornamental while covered with blooms, but over time it can take on a weedier appearance. Prune if necessary to help maintain the plant’s size and shape.
NC State University and N.C. A&T State University work in tandem, along with federal, state and local governments, to form a strategic partnership called N.C. Cooperative Extension, which staffs local offices in all 100 counties and with the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians.Weigela is in the Caprifoliaceae (honeysuckle) family and is native to North China, Korea, and Japan. The epithet, florida, means “beautiful.” This plant is a dense, rounded, deciduous shrub with somewhat coarse branches that tend to arch toward the ground as the shrub reaches maturity. For approximately two weeks, in each mid-to late spring, after the leaves emerge, showy, rosy-colored tubular flowers cover the shrub and have a repeat, though sparser, performance in mid to late summer. Plant this shrub in the full sun to light shade or dappled sunlight, though the best flowering and foliage color will occur in full sun.
Широкораскидистый кустарник около 1 м высотой, с нежно-розовыми колокольчатыми цветками до 3,5 см длиной и пёстрой листвой с кремово-белой, иногда желтоватой, каймой. Листья сохраняют свою окраску на протяжении всего лета. Одна из наиболее изящных и морозостойких форм Вейгелы цветущей.Красивоцветущий компактный кустарник до 1 м высотой. Побеги прямые, жёсткие. Листья при распускании бордовые, затем становятся зелёными с бронзовым оттенком. Цветки имеют форму колокольчиков, обращённых вверх, насыщенно-розового цвета. Цветение обильное в VІ–VІІ.Кустарник дальневосточного происхождения, достигающий в условиях Московского региона высоты около 2 м. Крона раскидистая или полусферическая. Листья эллиптические, заострённые на верхушке, около 5–7 см длиной, сверху голые, снизу опушённые. Цветки в соцветиях по 4–5 штук, широко-колокольчатые, 2–3 см длиной, розовые, цветут в V–VІ. Предпочитает хорошо увлажнённые, плодородные, слабокислые и нейтральные почвы. Не выносит застоя воды. В условиях Подмосковья привозные растения недостаточно зимостойки, однако растение давно культивируется в ботанических садах по всей стране от Калининграда до Хабаровска, где за долгие годы культивирования появились вполне зимостойкие линии, потомство от которых оказывается более морозостойким, чем посадочный материал того же вида, но европейского происхождения. Сорта имеет смысл дополнительно укрывать на зиму лапником, но и в этом случае растения подмерзают. Однако растение быстро восстанавливает свою крону в течение сезона, превращаясь в компактный куст, который иногда успевает зацвести. Цветение это слабое и недостаточно декоративное, а вот выращивание таким способом декоративно-лиственных сортов и форм вполне актуально, листья на отрастающих порослевых побегах и ярче, и крупнее. Рекомендуется для одиночных и групповых посадок, декоративных композиций. Зона USDA 6.These well-established plants are ready to be planted straight out into final positions, as soon as the weather allows. For more information on how to grow potted plants please click here.
Все виды дубов светолюбивы, хотя в молодом возрасте неплохо растут под кронами других деревьев в полутени. Дубы довольно требовательны к плодородию почвы. Это засухоустойчивые, а также исключительно ветроустойчивые растения.Вейгела цветущая “Minor Black” – быстрорастущее растение, хорошо переносит внесение различных удобрений, отзывается на них обильным цветением и благополучным развитием.These smaller plants won’t outgrow an area or take up a lot of your time! Space-saving and low-maintenance, they just need a full sun or part shade location that has good drainage and consistent moisture!You’ll want to order several of these beauties because they make a grand show repeated throughout your garden. This one is small in size but makes a huge impact! Order yours from NatureHills.com today and dress up your landscape with rich, dramatic hues! To obtain a more accurate shipment time-frame, simply enter your zip code in the “Find Your Growing Zone” box to the right. Our plants are grown all over the country and lead time on items may be different because of this. Once your order is placed, you will also receive the specific shipment time-frame information as part of your order confirmation. Once an item ships, you will receive shipment notification and tracking numbers, so you can follow along while your plant travels to your doorstep. We use FedEx, UPS, or USPS at our discretion. Due to winter weather we have put a hold on shipping to the areas shown below in grey. You can still order now and we will ship the plant to you during an appropriate time for your zone. Seasonally, Nature Hills offers hand selected, high quality bare root trees, shrubs and perennials. Bare root plants are sold by height from the top of the root system to the top of the plant. Plants may be taller than the height minimums.This proprietary eCommerce software prevents the shipment of a restricted plant to each state. The Plant Sentry system includes a shipment certification program. The Plant Sentry Compliance Officer works closely with NatureHills.com and each nursery or fulfillment center to ensure only compliant plants are sold to customers.
At Nature Hills we handle, package and ship the products you order with the utmost care to ensure healthy delivery. Shipping and handling charges are calculated based on the tables below. Please note that some items include an additional handling surcharge, these will be noted on the item’s product page.The tubular blooms are just the right size and shape for pollinators and they combine rosy and pinkish tones that maximize their showiness against the dark leaves. This is the perfect shrub to locate under your hummingbird feeder! Add to upscale cottage and pollinator gardens or even use these tiny shrubs in patio planters, front porch pots and as an addition to your container gardening on rooftops and balconies! They fit nearly anywhere!