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Persian Lilac
Growing Zones: 3-9
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Mature Height: 4-6 ft.
Mature Width: 4-6 ft.
Sunlight: Full Sun
Blooms: Late Spring & Early Summer
Spacing: 6-8 ft.
Botanical: Syringa x persica
Cannot Ship to: AZ
Plant Directions: Sent with Order
This plant thrives in the green shaded regions above.

Persian Lilac

 
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Amazing Lilac Blooms Smell Like Perfume


A Scented Favorite
The rustic, easygoing lilac has long been a favorite with gardeners. It gives off a sweet fragrance that fills up your yard. Look forward to a season's worth of cut flowers for your table... there will be plenty of blooms to spare on this prolific beauty. For the longest-lasting flowers, cut the stems and keep your cut lilacs out of direct sunlight.


Extravagant Blooms for Max "Wow Factor"
There's no denying the colorful impact that the Persian Lilac brings to your garden. In late spring and early summer, extravagant sprays of pale violet flowers appear along the entire length of the lilac's graceful, arching branches. The Persian Lilac blooms so profusely that it appears to droop under the weight of its flowers, for a charming weeping effect.


Grows Anywhere
The Persian Lilac is less leggy than some lilac varieties, making it a perfect choice to bring big results to smaller spaces. Looks great in tight spaces that need color!


Graceful all Summer
The mature Persian Lilac has an open, arching shape that makes it an attractive addition. This variety grows to a height of about six feet, so you can enjoy the lilac's colorful look even if you don't have a whole lot of room to spare. The blue-green foliage and new growth have a graceful, soft look that will complement your more formal shrubs.


Versatile and easy to care for
The Persian Lilac does beautifully in areas that see cold winters, although it's a versatile plant that can adapt to a variety of conditions.

 
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