A native shrub growing to approximately 7ft (2m).
It produces yellow flowers in May and June.
Full sun is required, and the plant does best in poor sandy soil.
In a garden situation it requires pruning every year as new shoots will not grow from the old wood.
It is a common component of golf courses and is particularly suitable for seaside areas.
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|Category||Common Name||Species Name||Height (cm)||15+||105+||1005+||Quantity available|
|Shrub||Common Broom||Cytisus scoparius||20-40||100||50||40||7100|