It’s Gorse, of Course-Scotland’s Spiny Evergreen Shrub

A golf course in Scotland borders by a wall of yellow gorse flowers and an old man in a blue sweater with his dog playing golf.

Look, it’s a Scottish golf gorse! Ba-dum-ch.

That one comes at you straight from Mr. C. Thank you, Ladies and Gentlemen. He’ll be here all week. 😀

Also called ‘whin,’ common flowering gorse is a large, spiny, evergreen shrub that bursts onto the scene in late winter/early spring. Though it is not uncommon to spot its blooms in Scotland year-round, April and May is when this plant really explodes in bright yellow splendor.

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