Lilac

Donald Wyman Lilac (Syringa X Prestoniae 'Donald Wyman")

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8’                                      ZONE 2

SINGLE, DEEP PINK FLOWERS. GROWS IN AN UPRIGHT DENSE FORM 8-10’ HIGH.


          

Ivory Silk Lilac Clump (Syringa Reticulata)

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 20 - 25’                    ZONE 3B

COMPACT ROUND DENSE FORM. DEEP GREEN FOLIAGE WITH   HEAVY, WHITE

BLOOMS   IN SPRING. DROUGHT RESISTANT 

 


James McFarlane Lilac (Syringa X Prestoniae 'James McFarlane')

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8’                                   ZONE 2

TRUE PINK BLOSSOMS, BLOOMING FREELY TWO WEEKS LONGER THAN SYRINGA VULGARIS. VERY HARDY & ADAPTS TO EXTREME MOISTURE CONDITIONS.

  


Minuet Lilac (Syringa x Prestoniae 'Minuet')

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 6’                                    ZONE 2

A SLOWER GROWING LILAC WHICH REMAINS SOMEWHAT SMALLER & DENSER THAN OTHER LILACS. SOFT PINK FLOWERS & LARGE DARK GREEN LEAVES.




Miss Canada Lilac (Syringa x Prestoniae 'Miss Canada')

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 7’                                     ZONE 2

VERY ATTRACTIVE BRIGHT PINK SPIKED FLOWERS STAND OUT ON THIS SHRUB . TENDS TO BE A LITTLE LESS VIGOROUS GROWING




Tree Lilac

Ivory Sillk Tree Lilac (Syringa Reticulata)

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 20 - 25’                                       ZONE 3B

IMPROVED FORM OF JAPANESE TREE LILAC. DARK GREEN FOLIAGE WITH LARGE CREAMY WHITE FLOWER CLUSTERS IN EARLY JULY. COMPACT OVAL SHAPE WITH CHERRY-LIKE BARK.

  



CLUMP FORMS ALSO AVAILABLE  

Palibin Tree Lilac (Dwarf Korean Lilac)

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 4 - 8’                                            ZONE 3 - 7

DAINTY COMPACT FORM GRAFTED TO A 3.5’ STANDARD. COVERED WITH VIOLET PURPLE FLOWERS LATE SPRING TO EARLY SUMMER. FLOWERS BEFORE LEAVES ARE FULLY DEVELOPED. EXCELLENT PATIO TREE. 2-4’ WIDE SPREAD.