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Flattened, elongated shoots and flower heads that look like many stems compressed together are called fasciation. This strange-looking problem may be ugly or attractive, but is always interesting. The Forsythia in the garden, hacked last year, to within and inch of it’s life has produced 3 fasciated stems covered in blossom.
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