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Image of Syringa oblata ssp. dilatata

Mark A. Miller

(Cheyenne Korean Early Lilac)

The earliest-blooming lilac and arguably the best for fall foliage display, this hardy, easy to grow, and highly adaptable parent of Syringa x hyacinthiflora bears its broad conical clusters of fragrant lavender, purple, or white flowers from early to mid-spring, some 10 days before those of common lilac. A large rounded deciduous shrub from East Asia, it has broad heart-shaped leaves that are bronze-tinged when young and turn wine-purple in fall.

Plant this shrub in full to...

(Korean Lilac, Manchurian Lilac)

Tougher and later blooming than the common lilac, the Korean lilac is an attractive bushy native of China and Korea. It boasts a pleasing mounded form and has soft green foliage that turns purple-red to maroon in the fall. In late spring to early summer, it puts forth many upright panicles of fragrant, pale purple flowers. The following year's flower buds are set shortly after flowering, so prune directly after it blooms.

This is an ideal shrub for foundation plantings or shrub borders. It needs...

Image of Syringa patula

Jesse Saylor

(Korean Lilac, Manchurian Lilac, Miss Kim Lilac)

Tougher and later blooming than the common lilac, Miss Kim lilac is an attractive compact deciduous shrub with a pleasing mounded to round form. It has soft green foliage that turns purple-red to maroon in the fall. In late spring to early summer, it puts forth many upright panicles of fragrant, pale purple flowers that are dark purple in bud. The following year's flower buds are set shortly after flowering, so prune directly after it blooms.

This selection of Machurian lilac is an ideal shrub...

Image of Syringa pubescens photo by: Russell Stafford

Russell Stafford

A highly variable, small to large shrub from slopes, woodlands, and river verges in China and Korea, this lilac is grown for its showy clusters of fragrant blooms that appear in spring and sometimes again in summer.

Pairs of oval to rounded, small to medium-sized leaves line the upright to arching branches of this twiggy, rounded, deciduous shrub. The gray-green to dark green leaves may be smooth or fuzzy. Foliage may turn red tints in fall. Conical to cylindrical clusters of purple, red, pink,...

Image of Syringa pubescens ssp. microphylla photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

A highly variable lilac from slopes, woodlands, and river verges in China and Korea, Syringa pubscens is grown for its showy clusters of fragrant blooms. Its subspecies microphylla bears lilac-pink flowers in spring and again in summer.

Pairs of small, downy, oval leaves line the upright to arching branches of this twiggy, rounded, medium-sized shrub. The mid-green to grayish-green leaves are paler underneath. Foliage may turn red tints in fall. Steeple-shaped clusters of tubular...

Image of Syringa reticulata photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Tree Lilac)

Showy cloud-like clusters of fragrant ivory blossoms cover this hardy and highly variable East Asian native long after most other lilacs have bloomed. Whether grown as a rounded multi-stemmed large shrub or as a single-trunked small tree, it offers ornamental interest at all seasons, thanks to its glossy dark brown cherry-like bark. The large clusters of tiny creamy-white flowers develop at the branch tips in late spring or early summer. They are privet-scented: sweet but with an undertone of cut...

Image of Syringa reticulata

Lottah Nursery, Australia

(Ivory Silk Tree Lilac, Tree Lilac)

Prolific cloud-like clusters of fragrant ivory blossoms cover this hardy East Asian native long after most other lilacs have bloomed. Whether grown as a rounded multi-stemmed large shrub or as a small single-trunked small tree, it offers ornamental interest at all seasons, thanks to its glossy dark brown cherry-like bark. The large clusters of tiny creamy-white flowers develop at the branch tips in late spring or early summer, even when the plant is young. Blossoms are privet-scented: sweet but with...

Image of Syringa reticulata

Mark A. Miller

(Summer Snow Tree Lilac, Tree Lilac)

Showy cloud-like clusters of fragrant ivory blossoms cover this hardy and highly variable East Asian native long after most other lilacs have bloomed. Whether grown as a rounded multi-stemmed large shrub or as a single-trunked small tree, it offers ornamental interest at all seasons, thanks to its glossy dark brown cherry-like bark. The large clusters of tiny creamy-white flowers develop at the branch tips in late spring or early summer. They are privet-scented: sweet but with an undertone of cut...

Image of Syringa reticulata ssp. pekinensis photo by: Lottah Nursery, Australia

Lottah Nursery, Australia

(Tree Lilac)

Showy cloud-like clusters of fragrant ivory blossoms cover this hardy and highly variable Chinese native long after most other lilacs have bloomed. Whether grown as a rounded multi-stemmed large shrub or as a single-trunked small tree, it offers ornamental interest at all seasons, thanks to its glossy peeling golden-brown bark. The large paired clusters of tiny creamy-white flowers develop at the branch tips in late spring or early summer. They are privet-scented: sweet but with an undertone of cut...

Image of Syringa villosa photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Late Lilac)

Few lilacs bloom as late in the season as the super hardy late lilac. This northern Chinese native produces conical upright clusters of purplish-pink or white blooms at the tips of the current season's growth. The fragrant tubular flowers open more than a week or more after those of common lilac (Syringa vulgaris). Green seed capsules follow, which change to dark brown by midsummer. Mature specimens reach medium height and develop an upright, rounded habit. Its sandy-brown stems support...