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Forsythia, commonly called Yellow Bells, is one of the first shrubs to bloom in the year, heralding the arrival of spring in late winter.

Mature Height (ft. --Mature Width: 4 - 6 ft.

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Striking landscape specimen.

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It's blooms are deep yellow in spring and the plant gets 6-8 feet wide and 6 feet in height. Full Sun to part shade. .

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The flowers have an almond scent.

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They are most often used as a living privacy screen, a flowering hedge or a specimen plant against a fence. 0 out of 5 stars 2.

They tolerate poor growing conditions and city life well. If you'd like to find more flowering hedge plants to complement your Forsythia, we have a wide.

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--Mature Height: 5 ft.
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You can count on it to be the first to announce the coming of spring.

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With an upright growth habit and a mature size of 5-10 feet tall and wide, the Lynwood Gold Forsythia size makes it a good contender for mass plantings, shrub borders, or stand-alone plants. ) 7-12. .

. Add to Wishlist. Free shipping on many items | Browse your favorite brands | affordable prices. . Forsythia are fast-growing shrubs that herald in spring with their gorgeous yellow blossoms and colorful leaves.

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. The bright yellow bell-shaped flowers literally cover the bare branches from bottom to top before the new spring leaves emerge on the plant.

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Aromatic light green leaves turn deep yellow-gold in fall.

On Lindera benzoin the flowers open before the leaves emerge and are held close to the branches.

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Forsythia, commonly called Yellow Bells, is one of the first shrubs to bloom in the year, heralding the arrival of spring in late winter.