A shorter flat topped Forsythia growing to about 12 inches tall.
full, light shade
Soil & Site
Yellow to golden yellow flowers start in mid to late April and last for around 3 weeks. Flowers bloom on old wood, many times the only flowers that will survive the winter will be the ones on branches that were buried in snow , considered a sparse bloomer
squarish with prominent lenticels, maybe green
1-2 feet tall by 2-3 feet spread
Pruning should be done in the spring after flowering. This promotes the production of new wood. On this wood the flowers for next year will be formed. Forsythia can be pruned back fairly hard. Pruning to late will greatly decrease the number of flowers for the next year.
softwood stem cuttings
New York Botanical Gardens, USA, 1939
Notes & Reference
#01-Manual of Woody Landscape Plants (Michael Dirr), #226-Shrubs and Vines for American Gardens (Donald Wyman)