Botanical: Forsythia x intermedia 'Lynwood'
Common: Lynwood Gold Forsythia
General Characteristics: Lynwood' Forsythia are also very easy to grow. They thrive in even the worst soil and just do what they're supposed to without any problems. They can be pruned or left natural. General rules for pruning 'Lynwood' Gold forsythia are to allow plants to develop for the first three years with minimal pruning. Once plants are established prune in mid-spring after flowering by thinning out crowded stems from the center of the shrub. Also remove one or two old stems from the base. A little pruning will go a long way to keep your forsythia attractive and free flowering.