When ‘Ghost’™ flushes in the spring, its foliage looks like that of any other nondescript Weigela sporting a medium green color that facelessly blends into the rest of the green landscape. Dark red flowers appear in late May in abundance to attract local butterflies and hummingbirds with their striking color and tubular shape but the real show begins after its bloom has passed. As weeks go by, ‘Ghost’™ sees its bland foliage magically transform to iridescent, ghostly, butter yellow as the summer progresses. It’s a metamorphosis that few plants can match and one that will change this former wallflower into the star of the summer garden. ‘Ghost’™ even reblooms from time to time in the summer adding more color to any sunny or partially shaded area.