Forsythia is a garden plant that is a bush with yellow flowers. It is very common to see in Europe in the gardens and parks. Originally this genus is from Asia but there is one kind of Forsythia which grows in southern Europe. Forsythia is very popular to be used in the gardens because of its undemanding capability to easily adapt to the soil and terroir.
Notwithstanding it is relatively easy to grow forsythia in a garden there are some tips how to care about this plant in order to make it thrive on even better. Firstly, keep in mind that forsythias enjoy the sunlight so when rooting them double-check if this place gets enough sun. Secondly, forsythia should be grown in nutrient-rich and well draining soil. But do not forget about watering the soil as well if there is not enough rain. Fertilizing is necessary after the plant has finished blooming. Another important point is pruning the forsythia yearly; otherwise it becomes overgrown quite fast and it can be detrimental to the bushes.
There are several kinds of forsythias but the most commonly used in the gardens is forsythia hanging down. It grows up to 3 metres and has arched branches. Forsythia bushes start to blossom straight after the snow is gone in the winter therefore it usually becomes the first blooming plant in the early spring. Following those simply advices above will benefit to your forsythia shrub and will help it to blossom brilliantly in the spring.