Artificial Forsythia Branch 39”

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Forsythia 39”

Provides lovely lineal form and structure to any design. Perfect on its own for a farmhouse look, though also pairs beautifully with Dogwood or willow.

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This is Not a Real Stem
Height: 39 Inches
Stem only Height: 15.5 Inches
Weight: 0.11 lbs
Composition: 50% Polyester, 10% Plastic, 20% PVC, 20% Wire.

Forsythia is an interesting shrub. It belongs to the olive family, originated in Asia, and appeared in European gardens around the mid-19th century. American hybrids were developed around the time of WW1. Although it is sometimes called ‘golden bells’ its most common name is the same as its latin genus name, after Scottish botanist William Forsyth (1737-1804), who was head royal gardener and a founding member of the Royal Horticultural Society.  Its branches are used to make bow a Korean stringed instrument called the ajaeng.

In the language of flowers, it represents great anticipation, strength and suppleness. 

  • The long stem is designed to be folded whichever way you need it to go, and back again. It can easily be folded up on itself (and back) to more easily fit into your container, or trimmed entirely with a pair of wire cutters
  • Not designed for outdoor use
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Specifications
This is Not a Real Stem
Height: 39 Inches
Stem only Height: 15.5 Inches
Weight: 0.11 lbs
Composition: 50% Polyester, 10% Plastic, 20% PVC, 20% Wire.
More about this Stem

Forsythia is an interesting shrub. It belongs to the olive family, originated in Asia, and appeared in European gardens around the mid-19th century. American hybrids were developed around the time of WW1. Although it is sometimes called ‘golden bells’ its most common name is the same as its latin genus name, after Scottish botanist William Forsyth (1737-1804), who was head royal gardener and a founding member of the Royal Horticultural Society.  Its branches are used to make bow a Korean stringed instrument called the ajaeng.

In the language of flowers, it represents great anticipation, strength and suppleness. 

Use & Care
  • The long stem is designed to be folded whichever way you need it to go, and back again. It can easily be folded up on itself (and back) to more easily fit into your container, or trimmed entirely with a pair of wire cutters
  • Not designed for outdoor use
  • For details on how your products arrive - See here.
  • For cleaning and care - see here.
Shipping & Return Policy
  • For details of our shipping services by location, see here.
  • For our returns policy, please see here.
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