Weigela florida 'Sunset'

Proven Winner. A sport of 'My Monet', the colorful foliage of this weigela is very artistic. The foliage offers an array of pink, gold and green in the summer, then turning orange in the fall.
Item #
4724
Keywords
WEIGELA, MY MONET SUNSET
Zone
4

Weigela florida 'Sunset'


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Proven Winner. A sport of 'My Monet', the colorful foliage of this weigela is very artistic. The foliage offers an array of pink, gold and green in the summer, then turning orange in the fall.

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