Gold Cluster Forsythia
Gold Cluster Forsythia

Gold Cluster Forsythia


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Spring gold for your garden! The Gold Cluster™ Forsythia (Forsythia ‘Courtaneur’) displays an abundance of light yellow spring flowers to bust your landscape out of the winter hum-drums! Its eye-popping golden blooms really announce the start of the growing season!
Once the blooms fade, you are treated to deep green foliage that is lush all summer. As if that wasn’t enough, the foliage gives way to burgundy in the fall. Truly, Gold Cluster is a showpiece with three seasons of color!
Gold Cluster’s more compact form is a problem solver for small gardens. Its naturally compact form keeps pruning to a minimum! Growing just 3-4 feet in height and width, these faster-growing deciduous shrubs are wonderfully easy to grow! Hardy throughout USDA growing zones 4 to 9!
Planting and Application:It is fast growing to its space-saving mature height and width, quickly filling in its new home with color! It is ideal for urban gardens and low hedges. Create rows or groupings to maximize the spring display, or use these mid-sized shrubs as vibrant backdrops and borders along paths and driveways!
It certainly brightens up front yard foundation planting and a hedge that may be getting a bit leggy – adding their color as facer shrubs. But its size makes it perfect for a backdrop in your perennial bed or to brighten a dull patch in the landscape! Forsythia looks great in its natural form to save you time with pruning!
Gold Cluster is of course a fantastic focal point that anchors garden beds or adds round pops of color anywhere in the sun garden! Create privacy and screening with these bright blooming shrubs by planting them strategically around your seating areas and patios!
Liberal Display Of Gold Blooms
Lush, Sun-Loving Green Foliage
Naturally Rounded & Compact – Requires Little Pruning
Burgundy Fall Color
Specimen & Accents, Low Hedges, Slopes & Facer Shrubs
#ProPlantTips for Care:Forsythia shrubs grow best in full sun, and well-drained soil that sheds water quickly after a rainfall. If needed, mound up an elevated planting site with additional soil 18 inches high by three feet wide and plant in that mound. Apply a medium amount of water on a regular basis. Keep container plants well-hydrated, as well. Providing a good layer of mulch will help keep the root system cool and moist.
Prune right after flowering is done. Every so often, prune the largest, thickest canes out at ground level to keep your shrub rejuvenated and healthy. Deer don’t prefer the taste. However, deer are hungry and curious. Apply repellent when you plant, and reapply according to label directions.
Grows in Full Sun or Partial Shade
Any Well-Drained Soil – Flourishes in Alkaline Conditions
Moderate Moisture Needs & Appreciates Mulched Beds
Very Little Pruning Needed – But Trim After Flowering
Disease Resistant, Easy Care, Adaptable & Hardy
Gold Cluster Forsythias early spring blooms provide welcome color to the late winter landscape and it’s a must for early interest in mixed shrub borders. Pick yours up from Nature Hills today and let us deliver it to your doorstep!