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Asked in Shrub Care
How far do you cut the forsythia bush back in winter?
If you prune a Forsythia in Winter you will cut off the following Springs flowers. Prune a Forsythia after it ha s flowered. ...
Asked in Flower Gardening, Shrub Varieties
The class for the gold Forsythia?
All Forsythias are of the Class Magnoliopsida. Most species/varieties/hybrids of forsythia are gold/yellow colored, e.g. * Forsythia 'Northern Gold' * Forsythia intermedia (F. suspensa x F. viridissima) -'Beatrix Farrand', -'Lynwood', -'Spectabilis' See Related Links below this box for botanical classification of forsythia. ...
What is the name of a shrub common to Michigan that has small yellow flowers in spring?
You may be asking about the forsythia bush. It has small, bright yellow flowers covering the branches even before the leaves have leafed out. When pruning, last year's woody stems are removed near the base of the bush, leaving new growth to produce flowers and leaves. ...
Asked in Plants and Flowers, Flower Gardening, Trees
Is yellow bell a shrub?
Yes, yellow bell is a shrub. Specifically, the plant in question belongs to the genus Forsythia, which also serves as another common name for the shrub. A shrub can be recognized by height under 20 feet (6 meters) and multiple stems. The definition also fits the yellow bells (Tecoma stans), with which forsythia may be confused by similarity of name but not of floral or foliar attributes. ...
Asked in Snow and Ice, Mythology
What is the myth about the Forsythia Bush and snow?
My mom has always told me that after the forsythias bloom, it will snow 3 more times, then will snow no more. As far as I've noticed, it always snows 3 times then stops. ...