Cytisus x praecox 'All Gold' (All Gold Warminster Broom)
Botanical Name:Cytisus x praecox 'All Gold' Common Name:
All Gold Warminster Broom
Bright yellow flowers cover the stems in late Spring. Very showy and very fragrant.
Late spring - usually later in May.
Small green leaves are held fairly close to the green stems. No fall color.
Flat green pods form in early summer. These are not ornamental and can look messy as they turn to gray.
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.
Mid size grower that should reach 5 to 6 feet.
Full sun to partial shade.
Central and Southern Europe
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.