- Latin Name- Forsythia Intermedia Hardy Planting Zone- 4-9 Mature Height- 8-10 ft Width- 5-10 ft Sun or Shade- Full Sun
GOLDEN BELL FORSYTHIA - INTERMEDIATE 'LYNWOOD'
Golden Bell Forsythia also spreads out typically as far wide as it is tall once mature.
If these plants are planted several feet apart to allow the proper space for them to grow then they form a perfect hedge. This hedge can then serve as a border, a privacy fence, or just to line a driveway and give it some depth and color. Since it is a faster-growing shrub, it is often used by landscapers and homeowners who desire to have a mature plant in a quicker time frame than the average. This bush produces more flowers when it gets sun. These bright flowers typically stick around for two to four weeks and they are taken over by the green foliage.
The Forsythia is not known for having many issues when it comes to disease or intolerance to certain things so it does make for an inexpensive maintenance plant. The only work that a person might choose to put into it as it is growing and even at maturity it might be necessary to trim it, this helps it keep its shape. Golden Bell Forsythia - The Golden Bell Forsythia can grow to a full 10 foot when fully mature. Your average one seen is between 5 - 7 feet tall. The Golden Bell name comes from the unique and extremely bright yellow flowers that cover the tree. You will notice many of the small flowers covering the tree giving off the appearance of a bush. This plant should be planted in full sun for your best results in growing. To also notice thicker feeling blooms keeping the soil moist around the base of the tree is smart. This tree or also called shrub is one of the first plants to bloom during spring, this will keep your landscaped area even more beautiful even longer. These trees add just the right amount of sunlight colored yellow to any yard. To be honest it adds just that right amount of sparkling gold to any landscaped area.
Golden Bell Forsythia Ships As Bare Root