What is Weigela coraeensis
Weigela coraeensis is a deciduous shrub of the Caprifoliaceae Department of Weigela genus native to Japan. In early summer, light pink, purple and white flowers bloom on the same tree. Blend the colors begin to bloom in the white, pink or red with flower color darker then, because. Flowers are funnel-shaped, the Tip 5 crack. Parodied the red flag of the Minamoto and the Taira clan from a tree or branches to a red flower and white flower, also referred to as genpaucgui (Genji off). Thus mixed with red flowers with white flowers, blooming trees in the other gene Paume (gempei plum).
Common name: Weigela coraeensis, scientific name:Weigela coraeensis, origin: Japan, environment: coast, height: 3-4 m, flowering period: from May to June, flower color: white, pale red, red, rose: funnel-shaped, flower diameter: 2-3 cm, fruiting period: November, Usage: Garden, Garden tree.