I think more poetry has been written about spring than any other season.
Some shrubs have only one season of interest and forsythia is one of them.
Lindera benzoin, commonly known as spicebush, is a native multi-stemmed, understory shrub that can grow as wide as it is tall.
In much of the Northern Hemisphere, March is the month where every garden worthy of the name, does have some daffodils in bloom.
Flowering quince and forsythia are better known for forcing but witch hazel is great too.
Each of us has our own personal method by which we confirm the onset of spring. For me it is when my ground-hugging yellow aconites bloom.
There is an old saying that the time to prune the roses is when the forsythia blooms. Here in my Midwestern garden our forsythia blooms in March.
With constant, changing weather patterns, March flowers have it rough. Learn about the "Brave Flowers of March" on this Focus on the Flowers.
Spring has arrived and while there is a light film of green on many shrubs and trees, yellow, demands our attention, as the Forsythia blooms.