Forsythia Yellow Bells Shrub Gallon Plant
Forsythia. Yellow Bells. Golden Bells. An early flowering deciduous shrub with bright yellow blooms opening before the leaves appear.
Blooms: Profuse flowers 1-2 inches are bright golden yellow bell shaped, appearing anywhere from January to April, depending on the mildness or severity of the winter.
Foliage: Oval bright green leaves with serrated edges appearing later once the flowers have opened.
Hardiness: USDA Zones 5 - 10.
Mature Size: 10 feet tall and just as wide.
Size Shipped: Gallon/6.5 inch pot. Shipped without pot.
Not native - originated in China.
Site: Full sun or light shade.
Soil: Average, well-drained.
Moisture: Drought tolerant, once established.
Growth rate: Fast.
Easy to grow. No known pests.
Suggested Companions: Loropetalum makes an excellent companion since bloom time is the same.