Plant of the Week: Lilac Tree

Lilac Tree: Tree

Hardiness Zones: 3-7
Exposure: Full Sun for maximum bloom production
Average Size: 15-20′ tall and wide

Foliage: Large, fragrant white summer clusters
Bloom: Broad, deep green leaves that turn deep yellow in the fall

Pests/Problems: No serious issues
Resistant to: Salt and Drought

Varieties:
Ivory Silk, Peking, Beijing Golf

Notes:
Barks has peeling texture
Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies

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