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Lottah Nursery, Australia

(Common Lilac)

Richly royal purple blossoms with a heady fragrance make this a star lilac. ‘Monge’ is an old variety that was bred near Nancy, France at the famous Lemoine Nursery where many classic French lilacs were developed. It was introduced in 1913 and still remains a popular shrub for contemporary gardens.

When not in bloom this large, upright, deciduous shrub offers little interest, but it is exceptionally beautiful when its large, conical flower panicles appear in spring to early summer. ‘Monge’...

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Jesse Saylor

(Common Lilac)

This is very large old double white lilac is a garden classic. It was bred near Nancy, France at the famous Lemoine Nursery where many French lilacs were developed. It was introduced in 1939 and is registered as foundation stock for the development of contemporary hybrids.

When not in bloom this large, upright, deciduous shrub offers little interest, but it is exceptionally beautiful when its large, upright flower panicles appear in spring to early summer. ‘Monique Lemoine’ has creamy buds...

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Mark A. Miller

(Common Lilac)

This contemporary violet blue lilac is better suited to southern gardens than most. Blue Skies® was developed and patented by Monrovia Nursery Company. Its parentage is rooted in the hybrids developed in the 1960s at Rancho Del Descanso Nursery in Southern California.

When not in bloom this rounded deciduous shrub offers little interest, but it is exceptionally beautiful when its large flower panicles appear in spring to early summer. Blue Skies® offers big pale blue flowers that are rosy...

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Jesse Saylor

(Common Lilac)

This is very old French white-flowered lilac that was bred near Nancy, France at the famous Lemoine Nursery where many French lilacs were developed. It was introduced in 1915 and is registered as foundation stock for the development of contemporary hybrids. It is not the best of the white-flowered forms. The famous lilac specialist Father John L. Fiala said of this cultivar, “It is a rather poor grower with pallid leaves that requires considerable pruning.”

When not in bloom this upright, open...

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Jesse Saylor

(Common Lilac)

This is an exceptional double pale pink flowered French lilac for shrub borders and cottage gardens. It was bred near Nancy, France at the famous Lemoine Nursery where many French lilacs were developed. It was introduced in 1907 and is registered as foundation stock for the development of contemporary hybrids.

When not in bloom this upright, open deciduous shrub offers little interest, but it is beautiful when its conical flower panicles appear in spring to early summer. ‘Montaigne’ is decidedly...

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Russell Stafford

(Common Lilac)

When not in bloom this rounded deciduous shrub offers little interest, but it is beautiful when its conical flower panicles appear in spring to early summer. ‘Mrs W.E. Marshall’ offers deep reddish purple flowers that are highly fragrant and ideal for cutting. The profuse blooms are held at tips of the branches 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 to fertile soil that is...

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Lottah Nursery, Australia

(Common Lilac)

This classic double-flowered French lilac has outstanding violet-blue flowers that are still sought after for contemporary gardens. It was bred near Nancy, France at the famous Lemoine Nursery where many French lilacs were developed and introduced in 1909.

When not in bloom this upright, open deciduous shrub offers little interest, but it is beautiful when its conical flower panicles appear in spring to early summer. ‘Olivier de Serres' offers spectacular violet-blue flowers that are rosy-violet...

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Lottah Nursery, Australia

(Common Lilac)

This compact, double-flowered antique French lilac offers spectacular color and fragrance to smaller garden spaces. It was bred and introduced in 1915 by famed French nurseryman Lemoine, a modern lilac innovator and founder of the famous Lemoine Nursery in Nancy, France. This is an especially fine, exceptional cultivar according to the famed lilac specialist, Father John L. Fiala.

When not in bloom this upright, open deciduous shrub offers little interest, but it is beautiful when its conical...

(Common Lilac)

A modest size and extra early blooms give ‘Pink Elizabeth’ high marks. It is one of the hybrids developed in Washington State by the mother of American lilacs, Hulda Klager. She worked with old French and contemporary American varieties and bred for improved flower color, size and fragrance.

When not in bloom this upright, open deciduous shrub offers little interest, but it is beautiful when its conical flower panicles appear in spring to early summer. ‘Pink Elizabeth’ offers spectacular rosy...

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Lottah Nursery, Australia

(Common Lilac, Prairie Petite 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...