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Jesse Saylor

(Common Lilac, President Grevy 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 'President Grevy' bears highly fragrant panicles of large, double, pale lavender-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...

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Jesse Saylor

(Common Lilac)

Counted among the top ten lilacs for intense fragrance, this presidential variety also boasts beautiful lavender blue flowers. It is a large and vigorous grower that tends to sucker and become quite leafy. It was bred by famed lilac breeder John Dunbar (1859-1927) of Rochester, New York and introduced in 1916.

When not in bloom this tall, leafy deciduous shrub offers little interest, but it is beautiful when its conical flower panicles appear in spring to early summer. ‘President Lincoln’ ...

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James H. Schutte

(Common Lilac, Président Poincairé Lilac)

The sweet fragrance of an old-fashioned lilac in bloom is unforgettable. European in origin, this tall, open, deciduous shrub does not look like much when it’s not flowering. But in late spring to early summer it bears huge clusters of double mauve flowers, that are magenta in bud, which make up for any of its shortcomings. The following year's flower buds are set shortly after blooming, so prune this shrub directly after its flowers are spent.

As with all lilacs, 'Président Poincairé' does best...

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Jessie Keith

(Common Lilac, Primrose 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 'Primrose' bears fragrant panicles of single, soft ivory to pale yellow 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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Jessie 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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Russell Stafford

(Common Lilac)

Vigorous and old-fashioned, ‘Rochester’ is one of the most outstanding American white lilacs available. This variety was discovered as a seedling of the French hybrid ‘Edith Clavel’ in New York’s Highland Nursery in the 1950s. It has a shorter stature and is believed to be a naturally occurring tetraploid, according to the famed lilac specialist Father John L. Fiala.

When not in bloom this rounded deciduous shrub offers little interest, but it is beautiful when its numerous conical flower panicles...

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TL

(Common Lilac)

The late-blooming ‘Sarah Sands’ was bred by Theodore Augustus Havemeyer (1868-1936) and introduced later in 1943. When not in bloom this upright, open deciduous shrub offers little interest, but it is beautiful when its robust conical flower panicles appear in spring to early summer. ‘Sarah Sands’ offers cupped mauve 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.

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Bosh Bruening

(Common Lilac, Sensation 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 'Sensation' bears fragrant panicles of purple-violet flowers lined with white 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 is easy...

(Common Lilac)

The tall, beautiful ‘Sylvan Beauty’ is a surprisingly heat tolerant lilac for more southern gardens. This double-flowered cultivar was bred in the 1960s by John Sobeck of Descanso Gardens in Southern California. It 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 this rounded deciduous shrub offers little interest, but it is exceptionally beautiful when its large, conical...

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Lottah Nursery, Australia

(Common Lilac)

Named for the famous French hybridizer, ‘Victor Lemoine’, this antique French shrub bears romantic double lavender and rose blossoms that are intensely fragrant. It was introduced in 1906 and bred at Lemoine’s Nursery in Nancy, France.

When not in bloom this rounded deciduous shrub offers little interest, but it is beautiful when its numerous conical flower panicles appear in spring to early summer. ‘Victor Lemoine’ offers clouds of fragrant double flowers that are rosy pink in bud and pale...