Please name this plant


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I think it is a perennial but not sure.
 

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o_O Looks like the same photo of the same plant you posted a month ago.:confused:

https://www.gardening-forums.com/threads/please-name-this-plant.13945/#post-141660

Could be Broom or cytisus. But the photo is a bit on the small side.

As alp said. It's a Easter broom, sweet broom (Cytisus x spachianus)

https://www.etsy.com/listing/518384...KdjD-ivAEmTf6s-8hLLLR5uPfgbZfxyxoCORoQAvD_BwE


Forsythia blooms before it gets any leaves.

This is forsythia. There are no green leaves.

https://www.bing.com/images/search?q=forsythia+bush&FORM=HDRSC2
 
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My Forsythia gets leaves and flowers at the same time, and sometimes gets leaves first, depending on the Spring weather. The further South you go, the bigger time differential, apparently....
 
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It may be different types, too, since it is unlikely that the same plant would live in Georgia's 7b and New York's 3?
 

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