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Forsythia Bushes
Forsythia Bushes

You are looking at pictures of our young healthy forsythia bushes ranging from 3' to 4' tall. All of our forsythia bushes are propagated (started) from cuttings off our main forsythia bushes. Forsythia bushes like to be planted in full or partial sun and grow rather quickly.



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Forsythia Bushes
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Forsythia Bushes

The Lynwood Gold Forsythia, Forsythia x intermedia 'Lynwood Gold', is an old time favorite with an upright spreading habit and big yellow flowers up the entire length of stem. The Lynwood Gold forsythia is one of the best and most reliable of forsythias. The flowering stems appear as deep golden wands in April. The 'Lynwood Gold' forsythia is a dense growing plant with an upright habit.

Lynwood Gold forsythia is excellent for hedging, fast growing and tolerant of moist soils. Lynwood Gold forsythia grows 6 to 8 feet tall and wide and does best in sun to light shade. Lynwood Gold forsythia plants do not need perfect soil, but will perform best when planted in well-drained soil that is enriched with organic humus. So the addition of peat moss or processed manure or compost at planting time is really beneficial in getting the plant off to a good start.

Lynwood Gold forsythia is a deciduous shrub that is best planted or transplanted during the dormant season. However, with the advent of container growing many nurseries and garden centers now carry the plants year-round. Container grown plants can be safely planted at any time throughout the year if the ground is not frozen.

General rules for pruning Lynwood Gold forsythia are to allow plants to develop for the first three years with minimal pruning. Once plants are established prune in mid spring after flowering by thinning out crowded stems from the center of the shrub. Also remove one or two old stems from the base. A little pruning will go a long way to keep your forsythia attractive and free flowering.

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Forsythia Bushes
Forsythia Bushes

Lynwood Gold Forsythia Bushes are potted in two gallon containers ready for transplant. Forsythia bushes are fast growing and produce privacy, boundaries, and beauty rather quickly and within your lifetime. Forsythia bushes can be planted in quantity to create a hedge, bunches to add color to your property, or alone as a beautiful and colorful show piece. Forsythia bushes turn a brilliant or fluorescent yellow in early spring for about one month and then turn a hunter green and remain green until late fall or early winter. Very fast, upright growth to about 7 feet or taller, spread of about 7 feet or more, one of the best plants for fast flowering screen, deep golden flowers in early spring, thickly and evenly distributed along the stems, ordinary to poor soil, can withstand adverse city conditions, easily pruned after blooming to maintain desired height and will bloom better next year, for hedge, plant 4 to 6 feet apart.

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