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Shrub FORSYTHIA 'Gold Tide'

69 of 182 Shrubs

 Additional Information
Shipping Season March-October
SeedPoints Earned 100
Species Forsythia
Bloom Period March-April
Sun Exposure Full Sun
Soil Type Any
Avg. Height24 in.
Zone Range 5 to 9
Cannot Ship To AK, CA, HI

FORSYTHIA 'Gold Tide'

A Paradise Garden Five Star Shrub

This is not the wildly growing Forsythia you've always known! New from France and difficult to find, 'Gold Tide' is a dwarf spreader. It grows up to 4' across, but doesn't get taller than 24"-36". Excellent as a ground cover or for massing, the attractive fresh light green foliage delivers wonderful, feathery texture all summer long. A ColorChoice selection by Spring Meadow Nursery.

Often considered a sign that spring is on its way, Forsythia is best known for their early vibrant yellow blooms. One of the most recognized and beloved garden shrubs, it is highly adaptable to a wide variety of conditions. Can be used in mass plantings, shrub borders, and has a good tolerance for urban conditions. Compact and deciduous, prune after flowering if desired. Fertilize in early spring by applying a slow release fertilizer specialized for trees and shrubs.

We ship larger plants than most leading mailorder nurseries. Ours are two year old plants in two gallon containers.

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March 23, 2000  ********* 9
A gardener from Owosso, MI (Zone 5)

Nothing says springtime more than the golden yellow bloom of forsythia in the garden landscape! It is one of the "signs of spring" that herald the coming of warmer weather. The only drawback with this spectacular bush is that it doesn't bloom long enough (I wish it would bloom 10-12 weeks instead of the usual 3-6 weeks)and it does need to be pruned back in order to encourage more blooms. However, just on the shear "flower power" it provides when other things are just starting to bud out makes this a must have in your garden landscape.



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