Forsythia x intermedia ‘Lynwood’ (‘Lynwood Gold’)
Deciduous, Shrubs, Flowers
Native to China and Korea. From late winter to early spring, these fountain-shaped shrubs’ bare branches are covered with 3/4–1 1/2-in. yellow flowers; budded branches can be forced for indoor bloom. During the rest of the growing season, medium green, rounded leaves with pointed tips blend well with other background shrubs. Use as a screen, espalier, or bank cover; or plant in a shrub border. Tolerate most soils. Prune after bloom by cutting to the ground a third of the branches that have flowered; also remove the oldest branches and weak or dead wood. In coldest-winter climates, flower buds may be destroyed by temperatures of 15° to 20°F/26° to 29°C.
This group of hybrids between parents F. suspensa and F. viridissima includes several varieties whose sizes range from 2 ft. to 10 ft. tall.
Grows stiffly upright to 7 ft. with a 4–6-ft. spread. Profuse tawny yellow blooms survive spring storms.
These cold-hardy introductions have extended the range of forsythia into regions formerly too cold for...
Upright grower to 4–5 ft. tall and wide. Deep golden yellow blooms clothe stems densely from the...
Native to China and Korea. From late winter to early spring, these fountain-shaped shrubs’ bare ...