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Genus with a single species of deciduous shrub growing to between 1-5m tall. Commonly called Spanish broom or weaver’s broom. This characteristically lacks notable foliage and instead has green broom-like shoots and is grown for its scented, usually yellow, pea-like flowers. Originating from dry environments in the Mediterranean this species is frost tolerant and well-placed in a shrub border or grown against a warm, sunny wall.
How to propagate Broom
You can propagate from seeds or cuttings.
Other uses of Broom
Grown for its green shoots and showy flowers. Suitable for coastal conditions.