A shrub of the Olive family, with yellow blossoms.
any of various early blooming oleaceous shrubs of the genus Forsythia; native to eastern Asia and southern Europe but widely cultivated for their branches of bright yellow bell-shaped flowers
a favorite spring flowering shrub in many areas with milder climates than Minnesota's
A woody green bush often trained into hedges. Blooms in early spring with vibrant yellow blossoms. When blooming, these tall branches can be cut and used for location decoration. Unlike the blossoms of fruit trees, these branches are very hearty and long-lasting when cut.
Forsythia is both the common name and botanical name of a plant genus belonging to the Oleaceae (Olive family). It is named after William Forsyth, and comprises six species of deciduous shrubs to 3-6 m tall, mostly native to Asia, but one native to southeastern Europe.