Garden Walk
of Bark & Limbs in Winter

Forsythia

   

Forsythia


Forsythia is famed for its "golden bells" late winter or
early spring flowers of the flashiest yellow,
but it deserves at least a little attention for its
two additional "yellow" seasons: late autumn,
when the leaves turn bright yellow,
& winter's naked branches, the bark of which
increases the intensity of its yellows for winter.

For more about this shrub, see the
Forsythia intermedia Main Page
as well as the supplementary
Forsythia in the autumn leaves gallery

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