Lynwood Gold Forsythia -

(Forsythia intermedia 'Lynwood Gold')


Other Common Names: Border Forsythia
Family: Oleaceae Genus: Forsythia Species: intermedia Cultivar: 'Lynwood Gold'
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Samantha Steele Planted · 9 years ago
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Chris Schema

Chris Schema · Gardenality Genius · Zone 8B · 15° to 20° F · Comment About Pruning
General rules for pruning Lynwood Gold forsythia are to allow plants to develop for the first three years with minimal pruning. Once plants are established prune in midspring after flowering by thinning out crowded stems from the center of the shrub. Also remove one or two old stems from the base. A little pruning will go a long way to keep your forsythia attractive and free flowering.

9 years ago ·
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Chris Schema

Chris Schema · Gardenality Genius · Zone 8B · 15° to 20° F · Comment About Feeding
After a newly planted forsythia has been in place for about a year, fertilize it with an all-purpose, slow-acting granular fertilizer. In the fall sprinkle a cupful or so on the soil beneath the forsythia out to 1-1/2 feet beyond the tips of its branches (dripline) for the rain to soak in. If it is planted in good soil, it will not need regular annual fertilizing after the first year or two. If it is mulched, the decomposing mulch layer will provide some nutrition and organic matter to the soil. Do not overdo fertilizer; forsythias do not need much encouragement to grow.

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