posted byStephanieonFebruary 5,20109 CommentstagsFlora Friday, forsythiaEdit
Just a fragrant as the yellow Forsythia, but a much more manageable shrub – beautiful!
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Very nice! I didn’t know they came in white.
I have never seen a white Forsythia, that is so cool! I have the yellow flowered one with the variegated leaves. Nice shrubs for sure! On another note, I made the Blueberry Spelt Sconces you posted about awhile ago. They were excellent, especially slathered with butter and creamed honey.
I wish those grew better where I live… great pic! The witch hazel is amazing, too.
Hi Dan, that’s wonderful! How great the creamed honey must have been on them. Thanks for letting me know you made them, and liked them. Good whole grain recipes are precious in my house!
I didn’t know there was a white one either. I wonder if it is hardy in zone 3?
This is gorgeous…I had no idea about this. Thanks for sharing;-)
so fragrant and is thriving here in Victoria. love your blog!
Thanks for the comments everyone. For more info on the white Forsythia go to: http://www.paghat.com/whiteforsythia.html
Hopefully that will answer any questions.
Oh, and Dave’s garden too: http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/go/1529/
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