Weigela florida is native to N. China, Korea and Japan. Plants are dense, rounded, deciduous shrub that typically grows to 6-10’ tall and may spread over time to 10’. Their arching branches produce trumpet-shaped, rose pink flowers and bloom profusely in spring, with repeat bloom often occurring in late summer. Blossoms are prolific and attract hummingbirds. The name "weigela" comes from a German scientist named Christian Ehrenfried Weigel.