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Bosh Bruening

(Common Lilac, Katherine Havemeyer 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 'Katherine Havemeyer' bears enormous panicles of double, pale violet-blue 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...

(Common Lilac, Klager's Double Purple Lilac)

In Washington State, the name Hulda Klager will forever be associated with lilac breeding. The self-taught plant hybridizer bred a number of exceptional lilacs with improved flower color and fragrance. This robust double purple-flowered variety was introduced in 1928.

When not in bloom the large, rounded, deciduous shrub offers little interest, but it is exceptionally beautiful when its upright flower panicles appear in late spring to early summer. ‘Klager’s Double Purple’ offers tons of...

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Lottah Nursery, Australia

(Common Lilac, Lavender Lady Lilac)

This is one of the few French lilacs well-suited to southern gardens. This heat-tolerant cultivar was bred in the 1960s by John Sobeck of Descanso Gardens in Southern California. ‘Lavender Lady’ is one of the original Descanso Hybrids developed a half century ago at the Rancho del Descanso Nursery and is parent to many other California lilac hybrids.

When not in bloom the large, rounded, deciduous shrub offers little interest, but it is exceptionally beautiful when its large flower panicles...

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Lottah Nursery, Australia

(Common Lilac)

This old French lilac is an outstanding shrub for the spring garden. The classic double-flowered variety was bred at the famous Lemoine Nursery near Nancy, France where many French lilacs were developed. It was first introduced in 1907, and a half-century later its name was registered as foundation stock for the development of contemporary hybrids.

When not in bloom the large, rounded, deciduous shrub offers little interest, but it is exceptionally beautiful when its large flower panicles appear...

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Jesse Saylor

(Common Lilac, Ludwig Spaeth 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 'Ludwig Spaeth' bears highly fragrant panicles of single red-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 grow...

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Lottah Nursery, Australia

(Common Lilac)

This white, double-flowered French lilac has been in cultivation over a century. It was bred at the famous Lemoine Nursery near Nancy, France where many French lilacs were developed. ‘Madame Casimir Periere’ first became available in 1894 and is one of their earlier introductions. A half century later it became registered as foundation stock for the development of contemporary hybrids.

When not in bloom, this smaller, rounded, deciduous shrub offers little interest, but it is exceptionally...

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Lottah Nursery, Australia

(Common Lilac, Madame Lemoine Lilac)

This antique double-flowered French lilac is so large it is almost tree-like, and its open branches double well as a living trellis for summer-blooming clematis. ‘Madame Lemoine’ is an old variety that was bred near Nancy, France at the famous Lemoine Nursery where many French lilacs were developed. It later became registered as foundation stock for the development of contemporary hybrids.

When not in bloom this tall, upright, deciduous shrub offers little interest, but it is exceptionally...

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James Keith

(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

(Common Lilac)

This classic lavender lilac is a beautiful traditional border shrub for northern gardens. Its fully double blooms are wonderfully fragrant and will brighten any early landscape.

When not in bloom this large, upright, deciduous shrub offers little interest, but it is exceptionally beautiful when its big, conical flower panicles appear in spring to early summer. ‘Michael Buchner’ has rosy violet buds that open to double lilac flowers. They are potently fragrant, ideal for cutting and attract...

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Bosh Bruening

(Common Lilac)

When not in bloom this large, upright, deciduous shrub offers little interest, but it is exceptionally beautiful when its numerous narrow conical flower panicles appear in spring to early summer. ‘Miss Ellen Willmott' has creamy green buds that open to show many clean white double flowers. They are potently fragrant, ideal for cutting and attract loads of bees, butterflies and many other insect pollinators.

Lilacs develop their best habit and flowers when grown in full sun and prefer average...