Definition of Weigela. Meaning of Weigela. Synonyms of Weigela

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Definition of Weigela

Weigela
Weigela Wei"gel*a, Weigelia Wei*ge"li*a, n. [NL. So named after C. E. Weigel, a German naturalist.] (Bot.) A hardy garden shrub (Diervilla Japonica) belonging to the Honeysuckle family, with white or red flowers. It was introduced from China.

Meaning of Weigela from wikipedia

- Weigela /waɪˈdʒiːlə/ is a genus of between six and 38 species of deciduous shrubs in the family Caprifoliaceae, growing to 1–5 m (3-15') tall. All are...
- Weigela subsessilis, the Korean weigela, is a species of flowering plant in the honeysuckle family native in Korea. It can be found on most of the mountains...
- (Vervain) Viburnum (Viburnum) * Vinca (Periwinkle) Vis**** (Mistletoe) W Weigela (Weigela) X Xanthoceras Xanthorhiza (Yellowroot) Xylosma Y Yucca (Yucca, Joshua...
- The fruit is in most cases a berry or a drupe. The genera Diervilla and Weigela have capsular fruit, while Heptacodium has an achene. Views of the family-level...
- Other species formerly included in Diervilla are now treated in the genus Weigela. The bush honeysuckles are commonly confused with the common wild honeysuckle...
- wasabi or ****anese horseradish, a plant species Weigela ****onica, a flowering plant species in the genus Weigela Wisteria ****onica, a flowering plant species...
- sesquipedalis (Yard-long bean) Vigna sinensis (Cowpea) Vitis (Grapevine) Weigela (Weigela) Cactaceae (Cactii) Graminae (Gr****es, Grains, etc.) Gymno****e (Firs...
- management. The gardens hold the national collection of the genus Sarcococca, Weigela and the closely related Diervilla. http://www.sbg.org.uk/history-1/%7C...
- Pelargonium geraniums (Gloire de Nancy), and in 1868 the first of his hybrid weigelas. The greatest of his creations, though, were undoubtedly his lilacs. Starting...
- Stachyurus praecox, a shrub from ****an Thymus praecox, a European thyme Weigela praecox, a shrub from Russia Agrocybe praecox, a Northern Hemisphere mushroom...
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