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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Border Forsythia, Lynwood Border Forsythia)

Forsythia x intermedia is an arching deciduous shrub resulting from the cross between weeping forsythia and greenstem forsythia. Its cultivar ‘Lynwood Gold’ bears an abundance of bright yellow flowers in late winter and early spring. The flowers open wider than those of most other cultivars. The medium-green leaves sometimes turn purplish in fall. 'Lynwood Gold' needs full sun and fertile, well drained soil, but will tolerate a wide range of conditions. It is hardy to USDA zone...

(Border Forsythia, Show Off™ Border Forsythia)

Nothing helps reign in spring like a bountiful arrangement of forced forsythia branches. This tried and true spring-flowering deciduous shrub is known by all and loved by many. Its cheerful bright yellow blooms appear before the foliage unfolds and are some of the first to appear. In fact, the early blooms often open too early and are damaged by frost. Forsythia x intermedia is the most popular hybrid in commerce and is a cross between the two Asian species Forsythia suspensa...

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Felder Rushing

(Border Forsythia, Spectabilis Border Forsythia)

This very old cultivar is probably the most common in cultivation. It grows to be very large, is heavy flowering and has relatively good bud hardiness.

Nothing helps reign in spring like a bountiful arrangement of forced forsythia branches. This tried and true spring-flowering deciduous shrub is known by all and loved by many. Its cheerful bright yellow blooms appear before the foliage unfolds and are some of the first to appear. In fact, the early blooms often open too early and are damaged...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Border Forsythia, Spring Glory Border Forsythia)

Forsythia x intermedia is an arching deciduous shrub resulting from the cross between weeping forsythia and greenstem forsythia. Its cultivar ‘Spring Glory’ bears an abundance of glowing light-yellow flowers in late winter and early spring. The medium green leaves sometimes turn purplish red in fall.

Position ‘Spring Glory’ in full sun in a fertile, well drained soil, but it does tolerate a wide range of conditions. It is hardy to USDA zone 4, but the flower buds are reliably...

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Mark A. Miller

(Border Forsythia, Sunrise Border Forsythia)

This medium sized, bushy border forsythia bears especially bright yellow flowers in spring. It is a vigorous shrub that was bred at Iowa State University.

Nothing helps reign in spring like a bountiful arrangement of forced forsythia branches. This tried and true spring-flowering deciduous shrub is known by all and loved by many. Its cheerful bright yellow blooms appear before the foliage unfolds and are some of the first to appear. In fact, the early blooms often open too early and are damaged...

A putative hybrid between the American Southeast native witchalders Fothergilla gardenii and F. major, 'Mount Airy' was selected by Michael A. Dirr from a specimen growing at the Mt. Airy Arboretum in Cincinnati, Ohio. It is a beauty of a shrub sporting a rounded, upright habit and profuse honey-scented, white, bottlebrush flowers in spring. Fall foliage color is reliably brilliant orange to red, with random speckles of yellow and purple.

The oval leaves are leathery with...

(Bill's True Dwarf Witchalder, Dwarf Fothergilla, Dwarf Witchalder)

From spring to fall 'Bill's True Dwarf' is a knockout dwarf fothergilla for small spaces. Its honey-scented brushy white springtime flowers unfold followed by bluish light green foliage that turns orange-red in autumn. Mature specimens only reach waist-high.

A slow-growing deciduous shrub with rounded leaves, dwarf fothergilla is a native of the southeastern United States where it exists as an understory shrub in lowland grasslands and open forests where ground is moist and even swampy. In early...

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James H. Schutte

(Beaver Creek® Fothergilla, Dwarf Fothergilla, Dwarf Witchalder)

In small gardens where space is limited, consider growing Beaver Creek dwarf fothergilla. Developed by plant hybridizer Roy Klehm, it is one of the most compact selections available and matures to around mid-thigh height. Its lovely blue-green foliage is very dense and turns shades of red, yellow and orange in fall. Its sweetly scented spring flowers cover the uniform shrub in spring before the leaves emerge.

A slow-growing deciduous shrub with rounded leaves, dwarf fothergilla is a native...

Image of Fothergilla major photo by: Felder Rushing

Felder Rushing

(Large Witchalder, Mountain Witchalder)

Large witchalder is an upright shrub with pretty white flowers that appear as the new spring leaves unfurl. This slow-growing native of the southeastern United States, from Virginia and the Carolinas, boasts outstanding fall foliage in shades of gold, orange, red and purple. The bottlebrush flowers are fragrant and open in mid-spring.

Witchalder grows in full sun to dappled shade with a multi-stemmed rounded habit. In warmer areas, it will do best in a light-shade exposure. Avoid very dry, compacted...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Ocotillo)

Spectacular in flower and architectural at all seasons, this native of the low elevations of the Colorado and Sonoran deserts of the Southwest United States and Northwest New Mexico is also valued for its tolerance of drought and searing heat. Its numerous stiff, thorny, curving stems form a flowing vase-shaped clump that eventually reaches considerable height. Long conical clusters of showy red or orange flowers occur at the stem tips in winter or spring, attracting hummingbirds. Flowering may occur...