Czechmark Sunny Side Up Weigela
White Trumpet-Shaped Flowers with a Splash of Yellow
The distinctive flowers of Czechmark Sunny Side Up Weigela (Weigela florida ‘VUKOZ041323’ Czechmark Sunny Side Up™) have the same color pattern as sunny-side-up eggs -- a splash of yellow in the center, surrounded by pure white! Although these plants were developed in the Czech Republic, they are perfectly at home in U.S. gardens where they thrive with little care and no pruning required. If you enjoy watching hummingbirds, Czechmark Sunny Side Up Weigela is a must-have!
A Stellar Flowering Shrub
1. A profusion of flowers. As an improvement over other weigela shrubs, Czechmark Sunny Side Up Weigela flowers even more profusely.
2. Attracts hummingbirds. The tubular flowers of Czechmark Sunny Side Up Weigela are the perfect shape and size that hummingbirds prefer. You’ll be mesmerized watching these tiny birds flit from flower to flower to sip on the sweet nectar that’s produced deep within the contrasting-yellow throats of the white blossoms.
3. Deer- and rabbit-resistant. Many flowering shrubs are irresistible to deer, which can chew plants to the ground in a single night of heavy feeding. But Czechmark Sunny Side Up Weigela is unexpectedly deer-resistant. Even hungry rabbits hop by these shrubs without stopping to browse!
Landscape Design Ideas
As a deciduous flowering hedge, Czechmark Sunny Side Up Weigela is a stunner. If you want a privacy hedge, plant taller evergreen shrubs behind Czechmark Sunny Side Up Weigela as a backdrop for a front-tiered seasonal splash of color from the flowers. Place Czechmark Sunny Side Up Weigela as a specimen plant for a focal point in a sunny flower garden. Cluster several Czechmark Sunny Side Up Weigela shrubs in a border garden, spaced 48-66 inches apart.
A No-Fuss, No-Muss Plant
Czechmark Sunny Side Up Weigela was bred with today’s busy homeowner in mind, because it’s a shrub that needs very little care. Plants prosper in full sun unless you live in the South, where afternoon shade is best. Shrubs don’t require intensive pruning, and you won’t have to deadhead the flowers for new blossoms to be produced. If you do want to trim your plants, simply shape them after they finish flowering.