Forsythia Mini Gold

Delivery Date: 22/07/2020 (+/- 14 days)
Contribution to P&P: £4.95


  • Flower Colour Orange, Pink, Purple, Red, White, Yellow
  • Hardiness Fully hardy perennial
  • Flowering Time Long Flowering, Summer & Autumn, Long Flowering, Winter & Spring
  • Aspect Sun or Partial Shade
  • Height 120cm (48"), 60cm (24")
  • Spread 120cm (48"), 40cm (16")
  • Other Bees and Butterflies, Flowers For Cutting/Drying, Foliage/Stem/Fruit Interest, Great Ground Cover, Ideal for Beginners, Suitable for Container
  • Category Perennials, Shrubs
  • Type of garden Container Gardening, Contemporary Gardening, Cottage Garden, Cutting Garden, Small Gardens, Urban Garden, Wildlife Garden

Forsythia Mini Gold (RT13PF3)
£18.00 - 3 plants in 9cm pots (£6.00 each)
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Forsythia Mini Gold (RT13PF1)
£12.00 - 1 plant in 9cm pot
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Description

Dwarf Forsythia Minigold-Half Price
Flowering in gardens now, Forsythia Minigold is a unique dwarf variety of Forsythia. Displaying a neat, compact habit that is perfectly suited for pot centrepieces or gardens with less space where its lovely Narcissi scent can be enjoyed throughout spring. Growing to only 1.2m tall it will stay compact enough for the smallest of gardens. 


Dazzling Dahlias- Double up for 1p
With dazzling blooms from mid-summer to late autumn, these tuber-rooted perennials are great for adding late seasonal interest. They are large enough specimens to use in a stand-alone pot but equally perfect for plugging gaps in borders. Plant in full sun and free-draining soil.

Bulb Starter
Endorsed by the RHS and designed around the recognised rootgrow mycorrhizal fungi family of plant related feeding additives. Bulb Starter also includes vermiculite to ensure good drainage in the root zone and seaweed meal as a source of natural auxin's to stimulate root development.

Cultural Notes

  • Soil - Moist, well-drained
  • Position - Full sun
  • Cutting -
  • Flowering - Spring
  • Additional Information - Young Forsythia do not require feed as this will damage and burn immature shoots. It is instead recommended that they are fed a year after planting during the spring with a phosphorous fertiliser, following the instructions per shrub size. You may prune Forsythia after the flowering period and when the bush has been in growth for at least one year. Remove older stems and neaten the shrub into a desirable shape. Fully Hardy.