Exceptional Variegated FoliageCitrus Swizzle Forsythia is a dwarf shrub with lively foliage. These would be an eye-catching display as a mass planting, or plant one here-and-there for some tiny splashes of color throughout your yard. These would also be terrific for edging along your flower garden or shrub border.Unlike a lot of plants that are grown primarily for their flowers, your Citrus Swizzle is prized for its showy foliage. Tiny, yellow flowers bloom in spring, but will likely go unnoticed as you enjoy the developing color of the leaves. Emerging as an engaging chartreuse in spring, the serrated, elliptic leaves begin with a lime green center that slowly transitions to a creamy white, and finally to white. As autumn arrives, Citrus Swizzle’s colorful foliage slowly transforms to burgundy hues.Citrus Swizzle Forsythia will grow up to 2 feet in height with an equal spread. It has a multi-stemmed, mounded form. This shrub doesn’t really have any negative characteristics and even deer tend to pass it by. It fills out right to the ground and has a naturally pleasing shape so you don’t have to fuss with it unless you want to. Citrus Swizzle prefers full sun, but is adaptable and will even do well in urban conditions. Under ideal conditions, it can live up to 40 years. With Citrus Swizzle Forsythia you don’t have to wait for a display of flowers to draw your eye. Plant one today and you can be assured of showy foliage to enhance your landscape spring through fall.* Decorative, color-changing foliage * Spring flowers * Dwarf size * Hardy.
Profuse Blooms on Dwarf ForsythiaArnold Dwarf Forsythia, Forsythia ‘Arnold Dwarf’, is an excellent dwarf groundcover type shrub. It flowers profusely in early spring before the leaves appear.The dark green summer foliage develops a bronze-green fall color. Arnold is a smaller size forsythia that provides both late winter color in the landscape and cut branches for indoor bloom when flowers are scarce.It tolerates most soils and prefers full sun for best bloom, but will tolerate partial shade. If allowed to arch to ground, the branches will root and spread.Forsythia makes excellent erosion control, especially on slopes. To keep in its smallest form, trim to ground after bloom to encourage new growth and more flowers the next year.A moderately fast grower, this makes a desirable border shrub in the landscape. This excellent groundcover, rerooting as it spreads, matures at a height of 3′ with a spread of 4-6′.Plant in full sun in moist, well-drained soil. This plant can be grown in a container!* Yellow Blooms in Early Spring* Rooting Groundcover* Bronze Foliage in Autumn.
Use This Forsythia as a Unique Groundcover!Do you have a big patch of ground and are looking for a unique groundcover? Try something different! Dwarf Forsythia (Forsythia viridissima ‘Bronxensis’) has all of the beauty and benefits of its full-sized brethren, but in a sweet little low-growing package.Spring brings attractive bright yellow flowers that are produced on a low growing compact plant. It blooms from the tips of the stem to the bottom, which means a long bloom time. It also blooms slightly later than most other Forsythias, so you have flowers further on in the season. Not to be outdone, summer brings bright green foliage that turns a striking bronze-purple fall color.Dwarf Forsythia is good for mass plantings and spectacular when used as a low hedge in front of taller perennials. It is naturally very compact and self-branching so is a perfect focal point for a smaller garden, too.This plant fits well in perennial and shrub borders as well as foundation plantings. Give it plenty of sun and watch it take off! It is a rapid grower and usually matures at about 4 feet in height, but takes pruning well.Buy enough to line your walk or fill that bare spot in your garden. Order yours today!* A dwarf Forsythia! * Naturally compact * Great for mass plantings & even low hedge.
Burst of Yellow Announces SpringThe Forsythia ‘Meadowlark’, Forsythia x ‘Meadowlark’ is noted for the cold-hardiness of its buds and its blooming ability in exposure to temperatures that are below-zero.This fast growing deciduous shrub produces bright yellow flowers. These soft yellow flowers line arching branches in April which creates a 10-foot waterfall of glowing color in early spring before most plants are blooming. It is a true harbinger of spring!It grows best in full sun and is adaptable to soil types. It is a fast grower and can be pruned to any desired size.If you need a hardy plant and live in a cold climate, this is the one for you! According to a North Dakota State the Meadowlark was the hardiest of all forsythias tested!The Meadowlark is a very dense shrub and it provides cover wildlife! It performs best in soils with a pH of 5.5 to 8.0.* Zones 3-8* Cold Hardy* Profusion of Yellow Blooms in Early Spring* Vigorous Growth.
Bright Yellow Show in a Small SpaceAfter a long, gray winter your soul craves spring flowers, doesn’t it? Sometimes, though, all of the rosy pink and pale lavender flowers so common this time of year don’t cut it. What you want is an EXPLOSION of eye-shocking color. Forsythia Show Off (Forsythia mindia) will be like fireworks in your spring garden.Show Off is definitely not your typical forsythia! This petite plant is absolutely covered from the ground to the tips of every stem with sunshine-yellow flowers. Other forsythia varieties, though they may get bigger, can often get a little shaggy and become the victims of bad pruning. Show Off stays wonderfully small, so there is no need to prune it. You can have a nice, tight, compact forsythia hedge without the usual work!The dark green foliage that follows the flowers stays plush all summer. Growing a little wider than it is tall, this makes for a nice hedgerow when planted in multiples. These little gems are really versatile, too. You can grow them in pots on a sunny deck or as shots of color in your spring borders. Despite the name, this plant isn’t a diva. Forsythia Show Off will reward you with years of well-mannered beauty. Order yours now, so you don’t miss the spring show!* Yellow blooms on upright branches* Deep green leaves* 2 to 3 feet tall* Spreads 5 to 6 feet wide.
Early Spring Flowers Attract Hummingbirds & ButterfliesSunrise Forsythia is a deciduous shrub with ornamental flowers. Plant a few in containers for your patio, or use as a natural screen along your property line.Your Sunrise Forsythia is often thought of as a “harbinger of spring”. In late winter, before the leaves have even considered popping out, bright yellow flowers will appear in profusion amid the branches of your Sunrise. The butterflies and hummingbirds of your yard will love it! In autumn, the vibrant green foliage turns to a deep purple for additional fall interest. A favorite aspect of your Sunrise is the ability to force the flowers indoors. Simply cut a few of the branches when in bud, and place in water on your kitchen table. Within a week or two the fragrant blooms will provide a fresh breath of spring in your home.Sunrise Forsythia will grow to 5 feet in height with an equal spread. It has a semi-spreading habit but still manages a rather compact appearance. When mature, your Sunrise will display quite an elegant presentation in your landscape with its arching branches that tend toward a fountain-like appearance. Sunrise has no significant disease or insect issues, and deer tend to pass it by. It does best in full sun, but will tolerate a variety of soils and conditions, including heat and drought (once established). Overall, Sunrise Forsythia is a vigorous shrub that is relatively fast-growing and easy to maintain.Get an early jump on spring with a Sunrise Forsythia!* Early spring flowers * Autumn color * Thrives in full sun.
Heavy Bloomer in Early Spring Brightens Any YardOnce this Forsythia begins to show flowers, you know that spring has arrived. Forsythias are typically one of the first plants to bloom…and bloom they do! Light lemon yellow flowers all along the stems make an incredible show that if the weather remains cool, can last for weeks. Weeks of color first thing out of the chute, how can you not include them in your landscape? Massive yellow flower displays help the mask the symptoms of the cold short days of winter…so welcome to see. You can even cut branches off just as buds form and bring them inside your home in vases of water for an early show. Easy to grow Forsythia are great larger scale shrubs used in mass, screening, or outstanding backdrops to a perennial or shrub border. Shiny dark green leaves all season long can offer some yellow and purplish fall color if fall comes on long and slow. Forsythia plants hold their leaves late into the season. Few insect or disease problems make these old-fashioned plants as popular today as they were long ago. The plants sit so quietly all year long until spring makes these plants explode with color ushering in spring.It is important to remember that the 4-petaled flowers are born on last year’s growth. The best time to do any pruning on all Forsythia is right after the flowers have faded. Large and overgrown plants can be cut to the ground right after flowering, and the plants will respond with lots of new growth from the ground and still make flower buds for next year. Simple, and easy to grow plants are hardy from zones 5-8, and make large rounded shrubs about 8’ round.For a spectacular splash of color that signals the arrival of spring, you can’t go wrong with the Lynwood Gold Forsythia. Order yours today!*Incredible, long lasting lemon yellow color first shrub to bloom*Easy to care for, and very pest free*Screening, informal hedging, snow fencing, shrub or perennial backdrop.
Compact Forsythia with Superior ColorFiesta Forsythia is a deciduous shrub with variegated foliage. These are great border or foundation plants, but would look especially spectacular planted en mass on a slope or in a naturalized area of your landscape.The unique coloring of the Fiesta is sure to shine in your garden! Its foliage has creamy/gold centers bordered with vibrant green. Each leaf clings to a red stem, which will particularly draw your eye to this Forsythia’s natural beauty. The highly-variegated foliage is certainly enough to recommend this exceptionally lovely Forsythia for your home, but it has even more remarkable features! The spring brings bright yellow, 4-peteled flowers that arrive so early that even the foliage hasn’t yet appeared. It’s also a compact plant, requiring little room and hardy enough to necessitate little care. It’s quite simply a tuff little plant with a lot to offer!Fiesta Forsythia will grow to about 3 feet in height with a slightly larger spread. It’s a vigorous grower that’s tolerant of a variety of conditions, including urban settings. There are no serious insect or disease issues to be concerned with and even deer tend to leave it alone.There are several Forsythia varieties to choose from, but for a hardy plant that remains small and compact, while still offering superior color, Fiesta Forsythia is certainly a fine choice.* Variegated foliage * Spring flowers * Compact .
Compact Shrub with Bright Lemon Yellow FlowersGold Tide Forsythia is a dwarf, deciduous shrub. Grow a few as foundation plants, or en masse on a slope or natural area for a more dramatic effect.Your Gold Tide Forsythia bursts into spring with a “gold tide” of yellow brilliance so early in the season that its foliage still hasn’t appeared. The diminutive, bell-shaped flowers create quite a show as they appear in abundance amid the bare branches. Ovate, green leaves will soon fill out your Gold Tide for summer, so it presents a pleasing appearance throughout the season. With its compact, spreading shape, your Gold Tide Forsythia typically grows to only 20-inches tall but spreads to as much as 4-feet wide. It has an attractive, mounded form if left to grow naturally, but is easy to prune if you prefer to take a hand in its shaping. Its best flower production is in full sun, but it will tolerant other conditions and a variety of soils. There aren’t any disease or insect issues to be concerned with, and deer tend to leave it alone.If you’re looking for a hardy, little shrub that will make a dramatic spring impression, Gold Tide Forsythia is one that is perfect for the job.* Spring flowers * Compact form * Disease & insect resistant.