It's closed away from the lawn by a mixed hedge of forsythia and lilac.
You have to make little splints for them out of forsythia twigs.
Clumps of forsythia were in blossom, and here and there an apple-tree held out toward the sun a branch of early flowers.
Here and there a yellow clump of forsythia is like a spot of sunshine.
Here is the little park by the station in Queens, the flag on the staff, the forsythia bushes the colour of scrambled eggs.
It is unmistakably spring, because the pewit bushes are budding and on yonder aspen we can hear a forsythia bursting into song.
forsythia suspensa, falling in long sweeps of yellow bells, is in some favorable places a cascade of liquid light.
After flowering, the forsythia hides the disrobing Mertensia with its heavy sheet of foliage.
Cherry, Apple, forsythia, and other blossoming trees and shrubs can be thus forced to bloom.
Carry it into the house with branches of forsythia, and how quickly one fills its leaf buds and the other blossoms.
1814, coined 1805 in Modern Latin as a genus name in honor of William Forsyth (1737-1804), Scottish horticulturalist who brought the shrub from China. The family name is from Gaelic Fearsithe "man of peace."