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Felder Rushing

(Common Lilac)

The fragrance of an old-fashioned lilac in bloom is aromatherapy at its finest. European in origin, these tall, open, deciduous shrubs don't look like much when they are not in bloom, but in late spring to early summer they become brag-worthy. Luminous panicles of purple, lavender, white or pink flowers appear along their branches. Next year's flower buds are set shortly after blooming, so lilacs must be pruned directly after their yearly display. There are many superb cultivars to include the deep...

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Bosh Bruening

(Adelaide Dunbar Lilac, Common Lilac)

The fragrance of an old-fashioned lilac in bloom is aromatherapy at its finest. European in origin, these tall, open, deciduous shrubs don't look like much when they are not in bloom, but in late spring to early summer they become brag worthy. The cultivar 'Adelaide Dunbar' bears luminous, long-lasting panicles of double purple flowers that appear along its branches. Next year's flower buds are set shortly after blooming, so all must be pruned directly after their yearly display. Lilac are easy to...

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Lottah Nursery, Australia

(Agincourt Beauty Lilac, Common Lilac)

The purple-flowered ‘Agincourt Beauty’ features some of the largest individual flowers of any lilac cultivar. This exceptionally cold hardy Canadian hybrid was bred by Slater and introduced in 1968. When not in bloom the large, rounded, deciduous shrub offers little interest, but it is exceptionally beautiful when its huge flower panicles appear in late spring or early summer.

Dark royal purple flowers cover the branch tips of ‘Agincourt Beauty.' Even when in bud, the panicles look like upright...

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James Keith

(Albert F. Holden Lilac, Common Lilac)

The fragrance of an old-fashioned lilac in bloom is aromatherapy at its finest. European in origin, these tall, open, deciduous shrubs don't look like much when they are not in bloom, but in late spring to early summer they become brag-worthy. Luminous panicles of purple, lavender, white or pink flowers appear along their branches. Next year's flower buds are set shortly after blooming, so lilacs must be pruned directly after their yearly display. There are many superb cultivars to include the deep...

(Alice Christianson Lilac, Common Lilac)

The double rosy purple flowers of ‘Alice Christianson’ are richly fragrant. This French cultivar has murky ancestry but is most certainly of Syringa vulgaris extraction. When not in bloom the large, rounded, deciduous shrub offers little interest, but it is exceptionally beautiful when its huge flower panicles appear in late spring or early summer.

Unusually tall, narrow panicles of double flowers burst into color along the branch tips. They have a unique red tint that borders on magenta,...

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Lottah Nursery, Australia

(Aloise Lilac, Common Lilac)

The fragrance of an old-fashioned lilac in bloom is aromatherapy at its finest. European in origin, these tall, open, deciduous shrubs don't look like much when they are not in bloom, but in late spring to early summer they become brag-worthy. Luminous panicles of purple, lavender, white or pink flowers appear along their branches. Next year's flower buds are set shortly after blooming, so lilacs must be pruned directly after their yearly display. There are many superb cultivars to include the deep...

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Bosh Bruening

(Ami Schott Lilac, Common Lilac)

This lovely double violet-blue French lilac is decidedly feminine, richly fragrant and offers exceptional beauty to the garden. ‘Ami Schott’ was bred in France at the famous Lemoine Nursery and introduced in 1933.

When not in bloom the large, rounded, deciduous shrub offers little interest, but it is exceptionally beautiful when its flower panicles appear in late spring or early summer. Big loose panicles of double blue flowers burst into color on the branch tips. The rounded buds are rose-hued...

(Andenken An Ludwig Späth Lilac, Common Lilac)

The fragrance of an old-fashioned lilac in bloom is aromatherapy at its finest. European in origin, these tall, open, deciduous shrubs don't look like much when they are not in bloom, but in late spring to early summer they become brag-worthy. Luminous panicles of purple, lavender, white or pink flowers appear along their branches. Next year's flower buds are set shortly after blooming, so lilacs must be pruned directly after their yearly display. There are many superb cultivars to include the deep...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Angel White, Common Lilac)

Most lilacs need winter cold to flower, but this California bred hybrid is unusually heat tolerant and flowers well in warmer climates. It is the result of Roger Lammerts’ work at Ranch Descanso Nursery in southern California. His goal was to to increase the climatic range of this normally cold-loving plant. ‘Angel White’ was first introduced in 1971 and was popularized and brought into cultivation by Monrovia Nursery.

When not in bloom the large, rounded, deciduous shrub offers little interest,...

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Lottah Nursery, Australia

(Arch McKean Lilac, Common Lilac)

This is counted among the best American bred lilacs for vigor, color and overall performance. It is a contemporary hybrid that blooms about two weeks later than most other French lilac varieties, thus extending the season considerably. It was bred by the famous Father John Fiala of Medina, Ohio who founded the American Lilac Society. This hybrid was introduced in 1983 and arose from a cross between the large-flowered cultivars ‘Agincourt Beauty’ and ‘Rochester.’

When not in bloom the large,...