Weigela middendorffiana is an unusual form. Unlike most other weigela varieties, this has a bell shaped yellow flower with orange marking in the throat. It is also quite a slow grower, and will eventually get to 5 feet high, but is less of a bush and more suited to being grown in amongst other shrubs. It will grow as a specimen if left in a suitable spot with room to form, but the occasional pruning is necessary to get a good shape.
Grow in most well drained soil that retain moisture. Higher fertility will result in a better plant. Flowers from late spring and into the summer, over bright yellow/green deciduous foliage.