At a time when the birds are starting to chirp again, the Forsythia intermedia week-end is a must in the gloomy winter gardens! Originally from the land of the rising sun, this bright hybrid variety is distinguished by its solar dress that is synonymous with radiant spring. Ideal to bring rebirth in your garden, the Forsythia week-end flowers early before March to illuminate your Eden with grace.
Unlike its classic counterpart, the Forsythia intermedia week-end is less imposing by its maximum height, is 1 meter 40 to 2 meters, smaller, but generous, because very floriferous! Its curved yellow petals are sumptuous golden bells. Its port combines the ethereal grace and rustic profusion inherent in the Asian universe from which it comes. A sunny exposure suits him perfectly, even if he can adapt to all situations.
With its rapid growth and bloom between late February and mid-April, your Forsythia intermedia week-end will brighten your garden somewhat asleep by the cold of winter. Its great flexibility and robustness make it suitable for various floors and a great resistance to cold.
Cut the old blooms by shortening the stems 2/3 of the height of the blooming twigs, this will promote the next flowering which will be all the more generous.