Forsythia × intermedia 'Lynwood Variety'

Forsythia × intermedia 'Lynwood Variety'

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<UL><LI><B>Position:</B> full sun or light shade<LI><B>Soil:</B> moderately fertile, moist but well-drained soil<LI><B>Rate of growth:</B> fast-growing<LI><B>Flowering period:</B> February to April<LI><B>Hardiness:</B> fully hardy<br><br>With its branches smothered in vivid yellow flowers, this deciduous shrub is a really cheery sight on a shivery day in early spring. The flowers appear before the bright green leaves, covering the plant in a fine cloth of gold. Try it as part of a winter scheme, at the back of a border, where it can be seen from the house, or as an informal hedge.<br><br><LI><B>Garden care:</B> Prune out one or two old main stems at the base after flowering. Thin out crowded shoots from the centre and to keep a compact appearance, cut back flowered shoots to a strong bud.</li></ul>

  • Position: full sun or light shade
  • Soil: moderately fertile, moist but well-drained soil
  • Rate of growth: fast-growing
  • Flowering period: February to April
  • Hardiness: fully hardy

    With its branches smothered in vivid yellow flowers, this deciduous shrub is a really cheery sight on a shivery day in early spring. The flowers appear before the bright green leaves, covering the plant in a fine cloth of gold. Try it as part of a winter scheme, at the back of a border, where it can be seen from the house, or as an informal hedge.

  • Garden care: Prune out one or two old main stems at the base after flowering. Thin out crowded shoots from the centre and to keep a compact appearance, cut back flowered shoots to a strong bud.

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      We have bought many plants from Crocus and they are always excellent.

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        Forsythia pruning

        Could you tell me what I'm doing wrong with my Forsythia, -it never blooms. I prune mine when all the other plants in other people's gardens have lost their flowers, -am I not pruning it hard enough or at the wrong time of the year? It's been in the garden for over 15years. Thanks
        Asked on 7/4/2010 by elaine mcleod

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          Hello There, There are a number of reasons why plants don't flower including too much shade, not enough water or nutrients, or pruning at the wrong time of the year. I am not really sure why yours has not produced buds, but you can often give them a bit of a push by feeding with a high potash fertiliser. I'm sorry not to be more help. Helen Plant Doctor

          Answered on 7/4/2010 by Crocus Helpdesk
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