Pink Wegelia (Dartmouth, Nova Scotia)

My variegated pink wegelia is gorgeous this year, so many blooms it looks like cotton candy! This one blooms on last year's growth so if you don't trim too much one year it will bloom very well the next. Over the years I have layered lower branches underneath the ground, weighted down with a brick or rock (leave end of branch above ground). Be sure to leave the branch attached to the main (mother) shrub.

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By linn from Dartmouth, Nova Scotia

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June 27, 20120 found this helpful

To continue the instructions above for making a new shrub from the main one... wait a full season before unearthing the buried part of the branch. You should find tiny little roots growing out from it. This is the time to cut it away from the main plant. Take and plant your new little shrub in a new location in your garden. Enjoy!

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