What is Common bloom
Common bloom (scientific name: Cytisus scoparius) is native to the Mediterranean coast and is a cold-resistant evergreen shrub of the family Fabaceae. In the spring to early summer, it makes small florals resemble beanstalk, a long branch. Although it is similar to spruce nymphs, it is cold-resistant, tree height, and the flower hangs downward. It belongs to the same name, white flower is blooming, it is 'White Flower Sparrow Branch'. 'Princess Golden Branch(scientific name: : Cytisus x spachianus)' makes yellow flowers bloom lower than Scotchbroom. 'blusher golden sparrow branch' makes flowers like blushing blossoms. Closely related is Golden chain (scientific name: Laburnum anagyroides)
Common name: Common bloom, scientific name: Cytisus scoparius, Aka: Scotch broom, Place of origin: Mediterranean Coast, Life Type: Shrub, Tree Height: 2 to 4 m, Leaves: Alternate, Leaf Shape: 3 Departamentary Compound, Inflorescence: Bundled or Summary Inflorescence, Inflorescence Length: 5 to 10 cm, Flower color: yellow, flower size: 2 cm, flower attachment method: 1, 2 each, place where flower appears: axile, flowering period: April to June, fruit type: legume, fruit length: 4 cm, fruit Color: black, use: potted plant.