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Old Fashioned Common Lilac
(Syringa vulgaris)



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This very "Common" Lilac is seen gracing landscapes in late spring and is a long-time gardening favorite.  The plant is extremely floriferous with very fragrant, sweetly scented, lilac bunches for your indoor floral arrangements. The pleasantly fragrant smell of the lavender flower panicles drift across the lawn in spring, filling the whole area with it's pleasant scent. Very hardy, deciduous shrub with a heavily suckering, irregularly shaped habit. Bluish green foliage is somewhat heart shaped.  Excellent corner plant or when planted as a hedge.  Outstanding as a cut flower for fresh bouquets.

Botanical Name: Syringa vulgaris
Ships As: 3 gallon pot
Cannot Ship To: AK  HI  
When Shipped to AZ, CA, ID, MT, NV, OR, UT, and WA, the plant ships with washed bare roots, no soil & no pot

When shipped as a bare root plant, the Shake&Ship system will be used to remove soil from the roots, thus increasing the root tip surface area, which in turn, greatly enhances the ability of the plant to rapidly establish itself in the new environment
Deciduous
Hardiness Zones: 3 - 7
Mature Height: 120 (inches tall)
Mature Width: 96 (inches wide)
Group Plantings & Hedge Spacing 96 (inches on center)
Growth Rate: Average
Soil Preference: Any
Soil Moisture Preference: Moist yet well drained
Sun Preference: Full sun 6+ hrs per day
Deer Resistant: No
Bloom Season: Early spring
Dormancy: May ship in a dormant state with bare branches and no leaves, especially in early spring when plant has been trimmed to promote lateral branching


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