Broom is a wonderful flowering shrub.
D’easy maintenance, planting and size participate in improving the growth and flowering broom.
In short, that’you should know:
Name : Genista, Cytisus, spartium
Family : Fabaceae
Type : Shrub
Height : 0.4 to 2 m
Exposure : Sunlight
Ground : Ordinary rather poor
Foliage : Deciduous or evergreen
Flowering : April to June
Purchased container, broom crashes both in’autumn that’the spring but still outside periods of freezing.
- Follow us planting tips.
Pruning and maintenance of the broom:
Prune the branches of’year after flowering.
You can also give a nice shape to your right broom after flowering.
Hand watering, only the first year requires regular water intake.
- All about the size of shrubs
This shrub has a generous flowering and colorful like a golden ball well into spring.
His Growth is relatively fast and s’adapt to most environments.
The Broom do live a few years, 5 years at the most, making it necessary to replace them at the end of this beautiful period.
You can easily practice for it cuttings during’summer to multiply your plants, allowing to regularly renew their feet.
Malignant Council on the broom:
To protect the roots from the cold during’winter, be smart and mulch the foot of’shaft with a plant mulch !
You can also find:
- Create a flowering hedge
Among the most common varieties, we have:
- Cytisus albus, white flowers
- Cytisus beanni intense yellow flowers
- Cytisus purpureus, purple
- Cytisus kewensis, creamy-white
- Cytisus Scoparius, yolk’gold