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Lilacs Syringa Vulgaris
​​Common Purple Lilac - Fragrant lavender flower clusters bloom mid to late spring, filling your yard with sweet smelling fragrances for weeks, if not months. These plants are so aromatic, butterflies and hummingbirds will be attracted to it. Imagine being greeted by butterflies every day! These lilac shrubs make excellent hedges. They mature up to 8-15 feet tall, and give you a flowering alternative to most privacy shrubs. Trim once a year or leave them alone to grow into their natural form. Purple Lilac bushes reach their full size in a hurry... so you get a mature hedge quickly. Great for windbreaks or screens! Known for its cold hardiness, these lilacs will thrive in the north. Lilac bushes are great landscape additions, but they can also serve as excellent screening plants, providing you with both decoration and privacy in your home and garden. Plant multiple Lilacs to achieve a fragrance you can smell up to 100 ft. away! Adaptable to most soil conditions, and pest resistant, too! Mature Height: 8-15 ft. Mature Width: 6-12 ft. Sunlight: Full Sun Soil Conditions: Adaptable Drought Tolerance: Good
 
 Lilacs come in many colors- Though purple is the most common color, you can often find lilacs that bloom with white, pink, blue and reddish-purple flowers.   
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The beautiful 'Adelaide Dunbar' bears sweetly fragrant double, purple flowers in spring. This lilac resists powdery mildew and grows to 12 feet tall with a spread of 10 feet. Zones 4 to 7.
 
Charles Joly Lilac (French Hybrid)  has dark purplish red, double flowers. Blooms mid-season.  Full flowering and true color reached in 2-3 years. Plants bloom best after cold winters. 10 to 15 foot bush.
Fritz Klager  has tight double light maroon blossoms. Early season bloomer and very hard to find. Very fragrant.


James McFarland Rosy-purple buds open to vibrant, true pink flowers in large pyramidal panicles. Mild fragrance. Blooms 2 weeks later than most lilacs. Grows to 8-10' tall x 6-8' wide.


Katherine Havemeyer Lilac (French Hybrid)
Double pink flowers. Full flowering and true immense, full double florets of mauve pink with lavender tones. Mid-season. One of the best lilacs, full color reached in 2-3 years. Plants bloom best after cold winters. Full sun (light shade in hottest areas). 10-15 ft. bush.


Ludwig Spaeth Lilac (French Hybrid)  Remains one of the best  dark purple lilacs available. It matures to 10-12 feet tall with a spread of 10 feet, making it a good choice for the shrub border zones 4 to 7. Bloom time mid-spring. Flowers are profuse single dark reddish to deep purple single flowers, Bloom size 8 in. The long-lasting blooms that keep their color and are very fragrant.


Madame Lemoine Lilac (French Hybrid) Gorgeous, full, and heavenly scented double snow white flowers. Full flowering and true color reached in 2-3 years. Plants bloom best after cold winters. Full sun (light shade in hottest areas) 10-15 ft. bush.


Michael Buckner Lilac (French Hybrid)
Lavender (lilac) single flowers. Full flowering and true color reached in 2-3 years. Plants bloom best after cold winters. 10-15 ft. bush.blooms mid-season.


Pocahontis  You can extend the lilac season with this extremely hardy, early blooming variety. Deep maroon-purple buds open to fragrant, deep violet blooms 7 to 10 days before common lilac varieties in early May.


President Lincoln Single, fragrant bluish florets. Mid-season bloomer. Grows to 10-12 feet.


President Grevy Lilac (French Hybrid)
Double blue flowers. Full flowering and true color reached in 2-3 years. Plants bloom best after cold winters. Full sun (light shade in hottest areas), alkaline soil, average water. 10-15 ft. bush. Old-fashioned, double blossom florets. A large, strong grower.
Sensation Lilac (French Hybrid)  10-15 ft. bush. An absolutely gorgeous lilac, this one will not be forgotten. Deep purple, single flowers that are edged in white is what this is all about. There are a few different colors of purple in this variety, some darker than others, all very beautiful. You really should have this for your garden. It is unlike any other lilac cultivar and it will create a sensation in your garden!
True Pink Another great single floret pink lilac. Very showy. Grows to about 8 feet.


Angel White Lilac (Descanso Hybrid)
Low chilling requirement - Adapted to Southern California. Large, showy clusters of pure white, fragrant flowers in spring. Full sun (light shade in hottest areas), alkaline soil. Open growth habit to12 feet high x 10 feet wide. Heavy bloomer, pure white single blossoms. Will set buds in warmer climates. Grows to 12 feet.

Sensation Lilac
An outstanding lilac noted for its large trusses of purple-red florets edged in white. A mid-season bloomer that typically flowers in mid-May. Branches are erect and open with rich green foliage.  
 
 


  • Fragrant spring flowers
  • Perfect for attractive hedges and windbreaks
  • Hardy
  • ​​Max Elevation 9,000ft
FULL SUN 
ATTRACTS BUTTERFLIES 
ATTRACTS HUMMINGBIRDS
MODERATE  MOISTURE

Height: 8-15ft 

Spread: 8-15ft