A Burst of Vibrant Yellow to Enliven the Early Spring Garden
Forsythia is a standout in the sunny garden thanks to its exceptionally bright and early bloom show. Early in spring, the spreading stems erupt with buttery yellow blooms. Many people prefer Forsythia's wild appearance, but if you would rather prune it into a tidy shape, just wait until it has finished flowering for the season. Provide moist soil and plenty of sun and this plant becomes vigorous and hassle-free, untroubled by pests like deer.