Lilacs are classic garden shrubs and small trees that feature fragrant, tubular flowers that exude that ‘spring’ look and fragrance. Although they aren’t as eye-catching once the blooms fade, they work well in borders or as a hedge. The flowers are often used in bouquets and they also attract both hummingbirds and butterflies. There are new varieties available, such as the rebloomer, Bloomerang.

  • Sun to Part Sun
  • Plant in fertile, well-drained soil
  • Space appropriately to allow for maximum air flow to reduce disease occurrences
  • Like neutral or slightly alkaline soil
  • Deadhead blooms to produce more robust blooms the next year
  • Plant size and bloom color are variety specific

Landscape features include big clusters of fragrant blooms.

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