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Image of Forsythia suspensa photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Trifoliate Forsythia)

Forsythias are harbingers of spring, beloved for their early, prolific display of brilliant yellow blooms. The genus Forsythia is comprised of about 11 species, one from southeastern Europe the rest from eastern Asia. This genus was named in honor of William Forsyth, one of the founders of the organization that went on to become the Royal Horticulture Society. He never saw his namesake plants, as the first Forsythia was named several decades after his passing.

These upright,...

Image of Forsythia viridissima photo by: JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Greenstem Forsythia)

Forsythia blooms are harbingers of spring with masses appearing on branches usually before the leaves. Greenstem forsythia is a stout shrub, deciduous to semi-evergreen with greenish bark. It is native to China and has leaves which are leathery, lance-shaped with a pointed tip and toothed margins above the middle. The leaf color is green turning burgundy to red in the fall. The leaves may stay green after establishment. The flowers are borne singly in the leaf axils and are pale yellow with petals...

Image of Forsythia viridissima

James H. Schutte

(Broxensis Greenstem Forsythia, Greenstem Forsythia)

Forsythia blooms are harbingers of spring with masses appearing on branches usually before the leaves. Bronxensis greenstem forsythia is a dwarf shrub, deciduous to semi-evergreen with greenish bark. It is native to China and has leaves which are leathery, lance-shaped with a pointed tip and toothed margins above the middle. The leaf color is green turning burgundy to red in the fall. The leaves may stay green after establishment. The flowers are borne singly in the leaf axils and are pale yellow...

(Greenstem Forsythia)

Forsythia blooms are harbingers of spring with masses appearing on branches usually before the leaves. Greenstem forsythia variety koreana is a stout shrub, deciduous to semi-evergreen with greenish bark. This variety was found near Seoul Korea in the early 1900s and is noted for its very large flowers. It has leathery, lance-shaped leaves with a pointed tip and toothed margins above the middle. The leaf color is green turning burgundy to red in the fall. The leaves may stay green after establishment....

Image of Forsythia viridissima var. koreana

James H. Schutte

(Greenstem Forsythia)

Forsythia blooms are harbingers of spring with masses appearing on branches usually before the leaves. Greenstem forsythia variety koreana ‘Kumson’ is a stout shrub, deciduous to semi-evergreen with greenish bark. It is note for variegated foliage and very large flowers. It has leathery, lance-shaped leaves with a pointed tip and toothed margins above the middle. The leaf color is dark green with a clear silver netting. In the fall the foliage takes on a burgundy to red tinge. The flowers are borne...

Image of Forsythia x intermedia photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(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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James H. Schutte

(Arnold Dwarf Border Forsythia, Border Forsythia)

Suitable as a shrub and groundcover, ‘Arnold Dwarf’ maintains a low mounding habit. It blooms in early spring like all other forsythias, but the flowers are less susceptible to frost damage because they are held closer to the ground.

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....

Image of Forsythia x intermedia

Mary S. Thomas

(Border Forsythia, Goldilocks® Border Forsythia)

The truly dwarf forsythia, Goldilocks®, maintains a low but upright habit. It blooms in early spring like all other forsythias, but the flowers are less susceptible to frost damage because they are held closer to the ground. The golden yellow flowers thickly cover its upright stems when in bloom.

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,...

Image of Forsythia x intermedia

James Burghardt

(Border Forsythia, Week End® Border Forsythia)

The dwarf forsythia, Week End®, maintains a low but stark upright habit. It blooms in early spring like all other forsythias, but its flowers are longer lasting than most. Bright lemon yellow flowers thickly cover the upright stems creating a super spring show. This French introduction was awarded The RHS's Award of Garden Merit (AGM), which helps gardeners choose better plants for their gardens.

This tried and true spring-flowering deciduous shrub is known by all and loved by many. Its cheerful...

Image of Forsythia x intermedia

Jesse Saylor

(Border Forsythia, Gold Tide® Border Forsythia)

The name Gold Tide® says it all. This dwarf forsythia spreads out like a groundcover and offers waves of bright golden yellow flowers early in the season. This French introduction was developed as an induced mutant of the popular forsythia, ‘Spring Glory.’

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...