Nana Variegata' is a compact, densely-rounded deciduous shrub which typically grows to only 3' tall with a slightly larger spread. It is primarily grown for its compact size (smallest of the weigelas), profuse late spring flowers and variegated foliage. Rose-pink, funnel-shaped flowers (to 1.25" long) appear singly or in clusters along the branches of the previous year's growth in late spring, with sparse and scattered repeat bloom often occurring on new growth as the summer progresses. Elliptic to obovate, variegated green leaves (to 4" long) are edged with creamy white. Hummingbirds are attracted to the flowers.
Make sure you loosen the soil prior to planting. Most shrubs are tolerant of most soil types as long as it is fairly well draining.