COMMON BROOM UK NATIVE (Cytisus scoparius)
Native to the UK and grown in Scotland. Broom can grow up to 3m in height and is commonly found in woodland and heathland areas as well as along hedgerows.
Broom flowers from May to June. The species is hermaphrodite (has both male and female organs) and is pollinated by Bees. The plant is not self-fertile.
This evergreen shrub can fix Nitrogen and is noted for attracting wildlife. The flowers give off a beautiful fragrance whilst in bloom.
- Grows to a max height of 3m
- Grows best in a well-drained soil.
- The flowers provide nectar and pollen for bees and other pollinating insects
- Fully hardy, evergreen
- Can grow in nutritionally poor soil
- Can tolerate exposed sites
- Fast growing
Supplied trees are cell grown around 1.5ft tall. Branches may be trimmed and are supplied without the pot for safe shipping.
Orders placed between Weds PM – Sun will be dispatched the following Monday to minimise time spent in transit and avoid your order being stuck in the post office over the weekend.