The perfect addition to your garden for an elegant touch of cascading beauty. With graceful arching branches adorned with vibrant, golden-yellow blooms, this Weeping Forsythia variety is a stunning focal point for any landscape.
Season: Ideal for spring or early summer planting
USDA Zones: Suited for Zones 8-10, adaptable to various climates
Height: Reaches 3 to 5 feet in height
Bloom Season: Late spring to early summer flowering
Bloom Color: Displays vibrant flowers in assorted hues
Environment: Flourishes in well-drained soil, prefers full to partial sunlight
Soil Type: Adaptable to loamy or sandy soil
Deer Resistant: Generally resistant to deer
Latin Name: Identified by a unique botanical name
Temperature: Thrives in temperatures of 65 to 75°F
Average Germ Time: Germinates in about 7 to 21 days
Light Required: Prefers full sunlight, tolerates partial shade
Depth: Plant seeds or seedlings at 1/4 to 1/2 inch depth
Sowing Rate: Follow a spacing of 1 to 2 feet apart
Moisture: Requires regular watering for consistently moist soil
Plant Spacing: Optimal spacing is 2 to 3 feet for mature plants
Location: Choose a well-drained planting location with ample sunlight for best results.
Soil Preparation: Weeping Forsythia adapts well to a variety of soil types but prefers slightly acidic to neutral soil. Add organic matter to enhance soil fertility.
Planting Depth: Plant seeds or young seedlings at the recommended depth, ensuring they are well-watered during the establishment phase.
Watering: While Weeping Forsythia is drought-tolerant once established, regular watering during dry spells encourages optimal growth and flowering.
Pruning: Prune selectively to maintain the desired weeping shape and remove any dead or damaged branches.