FLOWERING SHRUB. Lynwood Gold is erect, growing sturdily to 8—10 ft. with many branches stretching upward, all of which bear a profusion of blossom in March to April before the leaves appear. Give plenty of room, not less than 6 ft., and prune immediately after flowering. They like a good soil. The suspensa variety is of trailing habit, very graceful for arches and walls. They can be propagated by layering shoots, which readily root in late spring.

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