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Lottah Nursery, Australia

(Chinese Lilac)

A hybrid of common lilac orginating in the Botanic Garden at Rouen, France, in 1777, Rouen lilac betters its parent in its dense, graceful, arching, non-suckering habit, its smaller daintier leaves, and its relative tolerance of hot summers and mild winters. The cultivar 'Lilac Sunday' bears particular abundant clusters of fragrant purple flowers. They crowd the upper reaches of the branches in mid- or late spring, slightly earlier than those of common lilac. The blooms attract butterflies, hummingbirds,...

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Jessie Keith

(Early-flowering Lilac)

An early-blooming hardy lilac, early-flowering lilac is a hybrid between common lilac (Syringa vulgaris) and the East-Asian native Syringa oblata. Many lovely cultivars exist. The French nurseryman Victor Lemoine introduced the first ('Hyacinthiflora Plena') in 1878 followed by many more introductions, such as the pink-flowered 'Buffon.' The first American Syringa x hyacinthiflora cultivars were developed by Walter Clarke of San Jose, California, and by Frank...

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Lottah Nursery, Australia

(Anabel Early-flowering Lilac, Early-flowering Lilac)

The very early, double flowered 'Anabel' is a beautiful, vigorous selection that was bred in 1956 by Roy F. Hawkins of La Port City, Iowa. It is a classic variety that’s stood the test of time and is still easy to find in the nursery trade. The name is often misspelled as 'Annabel.'

Early-flowering lilac is a hybrid between common lilac (Syringa vulgaris) and the East-Asian native Syringa oblata. It resembles the common lilac, forming large rather open oval-leaved shrubs that...

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James H. Schutte

(Early-flowering Lilac)

One of the earliest-flowering lilacs, Syringa x hyacinthiflora is the hybrid between common lilac (Syringa vulgaris) and the East Asian native Syringa oblata. Selected in 1981 by lilac guru John Fiala, 'Blanche Sweet' bears large conical clusters of fragrant chalky-blue, pink-tinged flowers at its branch tips from early to mid-spring, a week or more before common lilac blooms. It forms a rather open medium-sized shrub with oval mid-green leaves.

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Jessie Keith

(Early-flowering Lilac)

An early-blooming hardy lilac, early-flowering lilac is a hybrid between common lilac (Syringa vulgaris) and the East-Asian native Syringa oblata. Many lovely cultivars exist. The French nurseryman Victor Lemoine introduced the first ('Hyacinthiflora Plena') in 1878 followed by many more introductions, such as the pink-flowered 'Buffon.' The first American Syringa x hyacinthiflora cultivars were developed by Walter Clarke of San Jose, California, and by Frank...

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Jessie Keith

(Early-flowering Lilac)

An early-blooming hardy lilac, early-flowering lilac is a hybrid between common lilac (Syringa vulgaris) and the East-Asian native Syringa oblata. Many lovely cultivars exist. The French nurseryman Victor Lemoine introduced the first ('Hyacinthiflora Plena') in 1878 followed by many more introductions, such as the pink-flowered 'Buffon.' The first American Syringa x hyacinthiflora cultivars were developed by Walter Clarke of San Jose, California, and by Frank...

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Russell Stafford

(Early-flowering Lilac)

An early-blooming lilac that does indeed excel in both warm and cold climates, this 1935 introduction from renowned hybridizer Frank Skinner of Dropmore, Manitoba, bears large conical clusters of fragrant lilac-purple flowers at its branch tips from early to mid-spring. One of numerous cultivars resulting from crosses between common lilac (Syringa vulgaris) and the East-Asian native Syringa oblata, this deciduous shrub offers the features of common lilac but blooms a week or more...

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Lane Greer

(Early-flowering Lilac)

An early-blooming, rock-hardy lilac with intoxicatingly fragrant pink blooms, this 1966 introduction from renowned hybridizer Frank Skinner of Dropmore, Manitoba, bears masses of large conical flower clusters at its branch tips from early to mid-spring. One of numerous cultivars resulting from crosses between common lilac (Syringa vulgaris) and the East-Asian native Syringa oblata, this deciduous shrub offers the features of common lilac but blooms a week or more earlier. It forms...

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Jessie Keith

(Early-flowering Lilac)

An early-blooming lilac that does well in both balmy and icy climates, this 1935 introduction from renowned hybridizer Frank Skinner of Dropmore, Manitoba, bears large conical clusters of fragrant deep violet flowers at its branch tips from early to mid-spring. One of numerous cultivars resulting from crosses between common lilac (Syringa vulgaris) and the East-Asian native Syringa oblata, this deciduous shrub offers the features of common lilac but blooms a week or more earlier....

(Early-flowering Lilac)

An early-blooming, rock-hardy lilac with snowy white blooms, this 1961 introduction from renowned hybridizer Frank Skinner of Dropmore, Manitoba, bears masses of large conical flower clusters at its branch tips from early to mid-spring. One of numerous cultivars resulting from crosses between common lilac (Syringa vulgaris) and the East-Asian native Syringa oblata, this deciduous shrub offers the features of common lilac but blooms a week or more earlier. It forms a rather open...