While walking through campus I was thrilled to identify a flower! In an earlier post I showed a picture of a daffodil. And then walking on campus I put my knowledge to use and identified the numerous daffodils all over campus. I also recognized the not yet bloomed tulips! This may seem like an unexciting thing for most, but I found it really cool to be able to identify the flowers. The campus had a few forsythias. My mom pointed them out to me. I really don't like the look of forsythias, but I guess its good to know how to identify them!
Forsythia are flowering plants part of the olive family.There are 11 species of this plant, and they are native mostly to Asia. This deciduous shrub grows 1-3 meters. The flowers of the plant produce Lactose.