Monrovia's Spanish Gold® Broom details and information. Learn more about Monrovia plants and best practices for best possible plant performance.

Monrovia's Spanish Gold® Broom details and information. Learn more about Monrovia plants and best practices for best possible plant performance.

Spanish Broom ( Spartium junceum ) is a perennial, evergreen, nitrogen-fixing (leguminous) shrub native to the Mediterranean area of Souther...

Spanish Broom ( Spartium junceum ) is a perennial, evergreen, nitrogen-fixing (leguminous) shrub native to the Mediterranean area of Souther.

View picture of White Spanish Broom (Cytisus multiflorus) at Dave's Garden.  All pictures are contributed by our community.

View picture of White Spanish Broom (Cytisus multiflorus) at Dave's Garden. All pictures are contributed by our community.

Spanish Broom

Spanish Broom ( Spartium junceum ) is a perennial, evergreen, nitrogen-fixing (leguminous) shrub native to the Mediterranean area of Souther.

Spanish Broom – Spartium junceum

Spanish Broom is the only variety in the genus Spartium. It originates in the Mediterranean region and also grows naturally in the Canary Islands.

Spanish Broom in New Mexico

Spanish Broom in New Mexico

Spanish Broom, this is so unique!

Picture and description for Spanish broom or Spartium junceum, a noxious weed in King County, Washington State.

Sweet Violet and Spanish Broom; Joris Hoefnagel (Flemish / Hungarian, 1542 - 1600), and Georg Bocskay (Hungarian, died 1575); Vienna, Austria, Europe; 1561 - 1562; illumination added 1591 - 1596; Watercolors, gold and silver paint, and ink on parchment; Leaf: 16.6 × 12.4 cm (6 9/16 × 4 7/8 in.); Ms. 20, fol. 20; J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, California

Sweet Violet and Spanish Broom; Mira calligraphiae monumenta - by Joris Hoefnagel (Flemish / Hungarian, 1542 - and Georg Bocskay (Hungarian, died - written 1561 - illumination added about 1591 - 1596 - via Getty Museum

Spartium junceum Spanish Broom, Weaver's Broom, Spanish Broom PFAF Plant Database

Spartium junceum Spanish Broom, Weaver's Broom, Spanish Broom PFAF Plant Database

GOAL FOR THIS GARDEN: FORM AND SIMPLICITY. No flowers. The wall is a strong background with interesting shadows. Keep to three plants only -- it's narrow and small. Rosemary for dark dense upward branches. Dwarf lavender for a tidy bun. Both for fragrance as you walk by. 'Blonde Ambition' grass in the center under the window for waving form, movement (or maybe 3 tall stiff Karl Foerster grasses). The strong forms of the Spanish brooms that were there (now removed) show the idea.

GOAL FOR THIS GARDEN: FORM AND SIMPLICITY. No flowers. The wall is a strong background with interesting shadows. Keep to three plants only -- it's narrow and small. Rosemary for dark dense upward branches. Dwarf lavender for a tidy bun. Both for fragrance as you walk by. 'Blonde Ambition' grass in the center under the window for waving form, movement (or maybe 3 tall stiff Karl Foerster grasses). The strong forms of the Spanish brooms that were there (now removed) show the idea.

Spartium Junceum (Spanish Broom), Spanish Broom, Rush Broom, Weaver's Broom, Mediterranean plants, Mediterranean shrubs, Yellow flowers

Filling the summer air with its terrific honey-vanilla scent, award-winner Spartium junceum (Spanish Broom) is a vigorous, medium-sized shrub which produces masses of large, bright yellow pea-like flowers, 1 in.

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Find Cornish plants for every garden - Plant A-ZDuchy of Cornwall Nursery

Spartium junceum, commonly known as Spanish broom[2] or weaver's broom, is a species of flowering plant in the family Fabaceae, native to the Mediterranean in southern Europe, southwest Asia and northwest Africa,[3] where it is found in sunny sites, usually on dry, sandy soils.

Spartium junceum, commonly known as Spanish broom[2] or weaver's broom, is a species of flowering plant in the family Fabaceae, native to the Mediterranean in southern Europe, southwest Asia and northwest Africa,[3] where it is found in sunny sites, usually on dry, sandy soils.

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