Weigela middendorffiana 'Mango'

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Buy Weigela middendorffiana 'Mango' weigela or weigelia: A tempting new form

This shrub is deciduous so it will lose all its leaves in autumn, then fresh new foliage appears again each spring.

  • Position: full sun or partial shade
  • Soil: fertile, well-drained soil
  • Rate of growth: average
  • Flowering period: May to June
  • Hardiness: fully hardy

    With the emergence of the foliage in spring, this striking and reliable weigela forms an upright mound of lush leafy stems. In late spring to early summer, these are topped with open clusters of creamy-yellow bell-shaped flowers, each with a distinctly mottled orange-pink throat.

  • Garden care: Once established prune each year in midsummer after flowering, removing one or two of the older stems to the base and cutting back the flowered stems to strong shoots below the spent flowers.

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Beautiful flowers


In a mixed border. Grown well.

Sweet P

North East


Not a happy plant


Poor plant, it arrived looking good, and it flowered prettily. However, later into the year SOMETHING began eating its leaves, and it hasn't flowered again. I tried moving its position and that didn't help. I am going to try putting it into the ground instead of the large pot its in. It was originally close to a pond, but after flowering some pest ate into the leaves. I had it next to another weigela but even that didn't cheer it up.


Outer London


Fabulous when it flowers but it flowers erratically


Planted in north west bed, light shade. A few flowers the year it was planted, a few flowers the second season but nothing this year although it has really grown this year.


North West


A beautiful shrub


A beautiful addition to the border, unusual flower shape and colour. I grow it between a Rosa Mutabilis and a Physocarpus diable d'or and it looks stunning. Took a while to establish but worth persevering with.




Lovely small shrub


I bought this shrub last year and planted it out in a border in full sun, then I decided I didn't like where I'd put it so moved it into a different place in the same border. Later on I decided I'd move it again as the hot sun last year had burned the leaves so I moved it to another partly shaded area, I pruned it lightly, watered it and left it. Today, early April I've been into the garden and the shrub is full of nearly open buds. Despite the heavy rain and winds we've had during the last week, the shrub has stood up very well despite daffodils flopping over it!! I can certainly recommend this very hardy plant which seems to take whatever is thrown at it.




I love this useful, easy shrub


A very attractive new cultivar of a good garden-worthy shrub.




Needs a lot of attention


Within two weeks of receiving this plant it dropped all it's leaves. Despite giving it lots of TLC it hasn't really recovered. Fingers crossed it might revive in spring


South Yorkshire


I would recommend this product


The info about ultimate dimensions is most helpful. No one likes buying shrubs etc. and within three, years or so, having to disfigure it by hacking it back to fit in its location.





3.9 8


Planted this about 5 weeks ago and the leaves have gone brown around the edges. Hasn't flowered yet. Any ideas what ive done wrong? I've kept it well watered.


Hello, There are a number of reasons why this may have happened and these include, too much or too little water, planting too deeply, too much fertiliser, or something in the soil that the plant does not like (builders rubble, animal pee etc).


Why are the leaves of my Mango Weigellia going brown and crisping. It's in good fertile soil in partial sun and shade.It was planted about 2 months ago, kept watered. It has however flowered very well. Birdsong


Hello, This scorching may be caused by a number of things. The most likely causes include a lack of water, but it could also be caused by dog or cat pee, or strong winds.


Is this plant evergreen?


Hello, all the Weigela's (including this one) are deciduous, so will lose their leaves in the autumn.


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