Forsythia Lynwood Gold (Forsythia intermedia lynwood gold) – 1 gallon pot


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Sold individually / Min. 10 inch height / $15.00 per plant / Individual pot size 7” x 6”

Please, don’t delay ordering – first come first serve!

By placing an order, you understand that there is no guarantee on survivability on any plants sold. There are no refunds or exchanges – if it is determined that you got a damaged plant you will be provided with a replacement, species dependent on stock availability. Orders will be fulfilled with stock that is conservation grade for the conservation natured purpose of this low-cost seedling program.

Once orders are picked up please make any claims of damaged or unhealthy plants within 24 hours after pickup, photos are encouraged.

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Forsythias are a genus of deciduous flowering shrubs that belong to the olive family. These low-maintenance, fast-growing shrubs feature an upright, arching form and are known for their long branches that fill with brilliant yellow blooms early in the spring. The flowers precede their leaves, which means you get a good look at the blooms with no foliage to block your view. Bees and butterflies love forsythia, and they provide a cheerful backdrop, border, or centerpiece for any yard. Forsythias are fast-growing shrubs that can add as many as 24 inches in a year, especially the larger varieties.

Forsythia bushes are often used as a living privacy wall in the summer and fall after they have fully leafed out. In addition, they can be used for erosion control on slopes and in foundation plantings.

The bushes grow best in moderately moist soil, but they can handle some drought once they’re established. Water new forsythia plants regularly (at least 2 inches of water a week) until they’re established, then only water if you have an extended period with no rainfall.

Common Name Forsythia, golden bells
Botanical Name Forsythia spp.
Family Oleaceae
Plant Type Deciduous shrub
Mature Size 2–10 ft. tall, 2–10 ft. wide
Sun Exposure Full sun, partial shade
Soil Type Moist but well-draining
Soil pH Neutral to acidic
Bloom Time Spring
Flower Color Yellow
Hardiness Zones 5 to 8, USA
Native Area Asia

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