Forsythia 3D model
2 models in 1 (Latin Forsythia), also forsythia, or forcing, - the genus of shrubs and small trees of the family of the Olive. he height of plants is from 1 to 3 m, occasionally up to 6 m. The width of bushes is up to 2 m. The bark is gray-brown, rough. Leaves are simple, occasionally complex (triple), without stipules; oval, with notches. The layout is opposite. The length of the leaf is from 2 to 15 cm.
Forsythia average (Forsythia × intermedia), flowers close-up Flowers are campanulate, bright yellow. Calyx four-bladed; corolla is spontaneous, with four lobes. Fruit - a box, opening on nests, with several winged seeds.
Forsia is an edible plant for caterpillars of some species of butterflies - for example, for the golden-eyed moth (Euproctis chrysorrhoea) and Naenia typica [en].