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Yellow Bells (Forsythia) are some of the first blooms to welcome spring around here, and when in full bloom, they're stunning. I was excited to find out from Vicki Lane's blog, that you can root the cuttings (read her post here). We have some along our road but none right around the cabin, so off I went with clippers in hand, returning with a large bunch of budding sticks. That was five days ago. Today, my buds are beginning to bloom...
The closed buds are interesting, and as they begin to sprout the petals are delicate looking...
I sure hope the stems root so I can have a Yellow Bell bush to admire from my kitchen window! Do you have Yellow Bells in your yard?
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