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Weeping Forsythia

Forsythia suspensa

Description:

Large bush with small, bright yellow flowers

2 Species ID Suggestions

Toriroo
Toriroo 9 years ago
Forsythia
Weeping Forsythia
Forsythia suspensa Forsythia suspensa


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3 Comments

Kate & Chris
Kate & Chris 9 years ago

Good call on that one, I didn't notice the petal count. I wonder what variety it is.

jamerbean
jamerbean 9 years ago

It does look similar, but it looks like the weeping forsythia has only 4 petals and the one I saw had 6. Maybe it's a different variety?

Kate & Chris
Kate & Chris 9 years ago

Kate says: I think Toriroo is right, it's a forsythia. From your photo I think I might be a Weeping Forsythia. Check out the link I posted for the ID suggestion and let me know what you think. :-)

jamerbean
Spotted by
jamerbean

New York, New York, USA

Spotted on Mar 21, 2011
Submitted on Mar 21, 2011

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