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  • n. Plural form of forsythia.


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  • She glares at the hydrangeas and forsythias clinging to the grapevine.


  • She pretends to know or care what a suicide squeeze is, and I pretend to be able to tell the difference between forsythias and azaleas.

    Dreading the Arrival of Daffodils

  • And now that winter seems to have finally thawed, and the neighborhood is bright with forsythias and clusters of daffodils, I decided to take action.

    Johanna Smith: Operation Salad: Take 1

  • Mr. Meade, I would very much like to know when to trim forsythias.

    "Sleeping apart has in no way ruined our sex life — if anything, it has made it better."

  • The dogwoods are already in bloom, and now our little pear tree and forsythias are budding.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • East Coast are resulting in early blooming of the cherry trees and azaleas in Washington, DC and New York City, apple and peach trees in Maryland, and roses, forsythias, and crocuses in Connecticut.

    It Came from Beneath the Sea (Global Warming, That Is)

  • In February, forsythias and camellias came into bloom a month early.


  • Never mind, I found it for myself... the forsythias are about to burst into bloom, and it turns out that's tonic enough.


  • Miss * Sierra Brooke Estrella*, is about to make her entry into this sunbursting tulip covered bird chirping rain drizzling new eggs hatching fuzzy bunnies hopping green grass growing jasmine and hyacinth and forsythias bursting mad spring world. and I dream of her face so much that it is imprinted upon me. and when I hold her for the first time.

    wendchymes Diary Entry

  • Yes, forsythias in full bloom are really captivating after nearly blank winter.

    Kalyn is on Spring Break, Forsythias are Blooming!


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