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Re: 'Gold Tide' Forsythia

It is rather pathetically shrimpy- maybe 24 inches and only a few 
branches.  Just sad all the way around.


Christopher P. Lindsey wrote:

>>I have some kind of small forsythia out front that I've had for at least 
>>3 yeas.  It is rather annoying, it has grown very little, but looks 
>>perfectly healthy.  But my real complaint is that it only has about 3-4 
>>flowers on it each year.  Not too exciting.  As things get more crowded, 
>>it may have a shortened life-span in my garden...
>Hi Theresa,
>   How tall is it?
>   If they get too dense inside and don't have new growth you won't have
>   nearly as many flowers; I sometimes find that cutting out the old 
>   wood to rejuvenate it, well, rejuvenates it.  :)
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