THE MELLOW YELLOW OF CABBAGETOWN’S FORSYTHIA BUSHES – NAMED AFTER WILLIAM FORSYTH

WILLIAM FORSYTH (1737– July 25 1804) was a Scottish botanist. He was a royal head gardener and a founding member of the Royal Horticultural Society. A genus of flowering plants, Forsythia, is named in his honour. – WIKIPEDIA

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