I took this pic today, this shrub grows happily next to a Victorian church in my state. Note the soft, primrose yellow flowers, so much nicer than the harsh, loud yellow of forsythia. The habit is refined with a delicate, fine texture in all seasons, another bonus is the yellow foliage in the fall. Forsythia OTOH has a sloppy, haphazard habit that causes owners to shear it into cubes and balls. This shrub will never invade roadbanks and forest edges. An entire garden was devoted to this genus at the Winterthur Gardens near Wilmington. Can you name it?