Lynwood Gold Forsythia
Heavy Blooming Forsythia
The Lynwood Gold Forsythia, Forsythia x intermedia 'Lynwood', is an ornamental deciduous shrub known for its heavy blooming nature. Several would look lovely scattered in a naturalized area, or it would make a great hedge.
Your Lynwood Gold Forsythia is known for its prolific bloom in late winter/early spring. Imagine one to two inch, four lobed flowers covering their bare branches with their yellow brilliance.
The large, showy blooms actually emerge up and down the entire lengths of the plants' stems and continue for weeks before beginning to fade. It’s a sight that is certain to dazzle in early spring. It may contiue to have sporatic blooms throughout the season.
The Lynwood Gold Forsythia is a multi-branched and upright growing shrub that has a somewhat spreading nature. It will mature to 6'-8' high with an equal spread. It can be pruned to any size. Its' fast growth may require several prunings per year to maintain a desired shape and size.
The three inch, ovate leaves are a splendid deep green with delicate toothed margins. In the fall, your Forsythia’s leaves will turn from their deep, dramatic green hues to yellow with just a hint of purple.
Lynwood Gold Forsythia is fast growing and tolerant of most soils. It’s generally carefree so you can plant several and simply sit back and watch as spring in your yard is heralded by the outpouring of golden blooms.
It’s a spectacular display to be sure, and one not to be missed.
*Prolific Yellow Flowers in Spring
*Yellow Foliage in Autumn
|Family||Forsythia x intermedia 'Lynwood'|
|Mature Height||6 - 8 feet|
|Mature Spread||8 - 10 feet|
|Mature Form||Upright, Erect|
|Sun Exposure||Full Sun - Partial Sun|
|Bloom Period||Early Spring|
Lynwood Gold Forsythia.
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