Cytisus x praecox ‘All Gold’

Botanical Name: Cytisus x praecox ‘All Gold’

Common Name:
All Gold Warminster Broom

Plant Hardiness: Zone 5

Flower: Bright yellow flowers cover the stems in late Spring. Very showy and very fragrant

Bloom Time: Late spring – usually later in May

Foliage: Small green leaves are held fairly close to the green stems. No fall color

Fruit: Flat green pods form in early summer. These are not ornamental and can look messy as they turn to gray

Habit: Upright multi-twigged shrub. The branches are very vertical but will arch over with height. Becomes a ratty mound with age so pruning is recommended

Size: Mid size grower that should reach 5 to 6 feet

Sun Exposure: Full sun to partial shade

Native Habitat: Central and Southern Europe

Other Features:



Description: ‘All Gold’ is a variation of Warminster Broom. It is almost identical to the more common Warminster except the flowers are a far brighter yellow. They are not up to the vivid bright yellow of C. purgans or C. scoparius, but they are much more yellow than cream colored C. praecox.