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Image of Cytisus scoparius photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Scotch Broom)

Scotch broom is a deciduous shrub native to Europe but naturalized in the western United States and other areas outside its native range. It is known for its profusion of large, fragrant pea flowers and named for its numerous, bright green, upright-arching branches and stems that resemble sweeping brooms. Sprays of flowers in shades of yellow, creamy white, red and burgundy appear from mid- to late spring, attracting bees. Hairy-edged olive-green seed pods ripen in fall, then turn black in winter....

Image of Cytisus scoparius

Jesse Saylor

(Burkwood's Broom, Scotch Broom)

Scotch broom is a deciduous shrub native to Europe but naturalized in the western United States and other areas outside its native range. It is known for its profusion of large, fragrant, pea flowers and named for its numerous, bright green, upright-arching branches and stems that resemble sweeping-brooms. Burkwood's broom is a fast grower that produces sprays of yellow and rose shaded flowers that mature to burgundy from late spring to early summer. It is highly attractive to bees. Hairy-edged...

Image of Cytisus scoparius

Jesse Saylor

(Scotch Broom)

Scotch broom is a deciduous shrub native to Europe but naturalized in the western United States and other areas outside its native range. It is known for its profusion of large, fragrant pea flowers and named for its numerous, bright green, upright-arching branches and stems that resemble sweeping brooms. Sprays of flowers in shades of yellow, creamy white, red and burgundy appear from mid- to late spring, attracting bees. Hairy-edged olive-green seed pods ripen in fall, then turn black in winter....

Image of Cytisus scoparius

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Moonlight Broom, Scotch Broom)

Scotch broom is a deciduous shrub native to Europe but naturalized in the western United States and other areas outside its native range. It is known for its profusion of large, fragrant, pea flowers and named for its numerous, bright green, upright-arching branches and stems that resemble sweeping brooms. Moonlight broom is a compact grower that produces sprays of pale, creamy yellow flowers in late spring. It is highly attractive to bees. Hairy-edged olive-green seed pods ripen in fall, then...

(Nova Scotia Scotch Broom, Scotch Broom)

Scotch broom is a deciduous shrub native to Europe but naturalized in the western United States and other areas outside its native range. It is known for its profusion of large, fragrant, pea flowers and named for its numerous, bright green, upright-arching branches and stems that resemble sweeping-brooms. 'Nova Scotia' is an extra cold-hardy cultivar of Scotch broom that produces sprays of bright yellow flowers in late spring that are highly attractive to bees. Hairy-edged olive-green seed pods...

(Scotch Broom)

The hybrid of Scotch broom (Cytisus scoparius) and white Spanish broom (Cytisus multiflorus), Cytisus x dallimorei is a deciduous shrub grown for its late-spring profusion of fragrant pea flowers in shades of lilac-purple, red-burgundy, yellow or white. It is highly attractive to bees. Hairy-edged olive green seed pods follow the flowers.

This hybrid broom is very drought tolerant and is best in a well-drained sandy soil. Plant as a specimen in mixed borders...

(Lilac Time Scotch Broom, Scotch Broom)

Lilac Time Scotch broom is valued for its compact habit and its profusion of fragrant lilac-purple pea flowers that appear in late spring and are highly attractive to bees. This cultivar of Cytisus x dallimorei is a hybrid of Scotch broom (Cytisus scoparius) and white Spanish broom (Cytisus multiflorus). Hairy-edged olive green seed pods follow the flowers.

Lilac Time broom is very drought tolerant and grows its finest with a well-drained sandy soil. Plant...

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James Burghardt

(Minstead Scotch Broom, Scotch Broom)

Minstead Scotch broom is valued for its profusion of fragrant white and purple pea flowers that appear in late spring and are highly attractive to bees. This hybrid selection of Cytisus x dallimorei is a result of crossing Scotch broom (Cytisus scoparius) and white Spanish broom (Cytisus multiflorus). Hairy-edged olive green seed pods follow the flowers.

Minstead Scotch broom is very drought tolerant and grows best in a well-drained sandy soil. Plant as...

(Scotch Broom)

Bright yellow blooms cover this hybrid broom for a lovely display in spring and summer. It is a woody shrub, evergreen in mild climates, deciduous in cooler locations and somewhat short-lived. The gracefully arching, green branches bear small, simple leaves. The strongly fragrant flowers are typical of peas or beans; larger, rounded petals subtend smaller petals that form a lip or keeled beak. They are produced solitarily or in loose clusters on short stalks in the foliage. Long lasting blooms are...

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James H. Schutte

(Allgold Scotch Broom, Scotch Broom)

Bright yellow blooms cover this hybrid broom for a lovely display in spring and summer. It is a woody shrub, evergreen in mild climates, deciduous in cooler locations and somewhat short-lived. The gracefully arching, green branches bear small, simple leaves. The strongly fragrant flowers are typical of peas or beans; larger, rounded petals subtend smaller petals that form a lip or keeled beak. They are produced solitarily or in loose clusters on short stalks in the foliage. The long lasting blooms...