Cytisus

Cytisus

Cytisus or brooms are deciduous or evergreen shrubs which originate from Europe and Africa. They have palm shaped leaves which are mid-green in colour. Cytisus can become leafless as they mature emphasising the beautiful flowers. Flowers are pea like and can be highly fragrant. They are followed by mid-green, downy seed pods which can be sown in autumn or spring to propagate. Cytisus are ideally grown in moderately fertile, well-drained soil in a shrub border. They can be used as ground cover to minimise the need for weeding.

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  1. Genista Lydia 3 Litre Pot
    Genista Lydia 3 Litre Pot
    £4.30

    Evergreen string like green branches and tiny leaves are smothered in bright yellow scented, pea flowers in early summer. Compact and dwarf. Grow in well drained soil in full sun. Learn More
  2. Cytisus Scoparius Luna 2 Litre pot
    Cytisus Scoparius Luna 2 Litre pot
    £5.75

    Pea-like pale cream yellow flowers with rich yellow wings

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  3. Cytisus Scoparius Burkwoodii  2 Litre Pot
    Cytisus Scoparius Burkwoodii 4.5 Litre Pot
    £12.00

    Cytisus Scoparius Burkwoodii - broom - slender green leaves/branches, In late Spring produces clusters of dark pink flowers with yellow margined crimson wings Learn More
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