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18 Vibrant, Fragrant Lilac Varieties - Fall in love with lilacs! Their fragrance, flower power and sheer variety are tough to beat.

Lilac varieties come in all shapes and sizes, from dwarf shrubs to taller trees: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/flowers/perennials/early-blooming-flowers/?socsrc=bhgpin032114lilac&page=7

21 Spring Flowers for Your Garden

Incorporate sweet Lilac for a fragrance-filled garden! See more early-season shrubs

‘Bloomerang’, a new lilac variety that blooms in spring, then puts out new flushes of flowers from midsummer until frost is one of the hottest shrubs of 2009. Like other lilacs, it features wonderfully fragrant flowers. But this one fits in just about any garden as it grows about 5 feet tall and wide. It’s perfect for a medium-size hedge, as a foundation planting by your front door, or mixed in with you favorite perennials.

A New Garden Favorite: Bloomerang Lilac

‘Bloomerang’, a new lilac variety that blooms in spring, then new flushes of flowers fm midsummer until frost. grows about 5 feet tall /wide. medium-size hedge, a foundation planting by front door, or mixed in w/ perennials.

Sensation Lilac (Syringa vulgaris ‘Sensation’) - Plant Sensation lilac for a showstopping spring display. Fragrant flower clusters feature single purple blooms edged in white. Blooms open in mid-spring on plants that grow 8 to 10 feet tall and 8 to 12 feet wide. Sensation is hardy in Zones 2 to 7. Occasionally flowers may revert to solid white.

Plant 'Sensation' lilac for a spring display of fragrant flower clusters featuring single purple blooms edged in white. Blooms open in mid-spring on plants that grow tall and wide. Zones 2 - Occasionally flowers may revert to solid white.

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President Lincoln Lilac (Syringa vulgaris ‘President Lincoln’)

Discover easy-to-grow shrub varieties and get planting tips to help them thrive from experts at HGTV Gardens.

Superbells Blue calibrachoa offers a petite bloom with a bright yellow center. Use in full to part sun containers and hanging baskets.

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Best Flowering Shrubs for Hedges Lilacs are renowned for their fragrant trusses of  blooms in mid- to late-spring. The variety Bloomerang extends the season with repeat bloom in late summer to fall. Dwarf Korean lilac, 'Miss Kim' lilac, and 'George Eastman' lilac all remain under 10 feet tall. Some newer cultivars are less prone to powdery mildew, lilac's biggest imperfection. Name: Syringa spp. Growing Conditions: Full sun and well-drained soil Size: 3-30 feet tall and wide Zones: 2-9

Best Flowering Shrubs for Hedges

Lilac - The variety Bloomerang extends the season with repeat bloom in late summer to fall. Dwarf Korean lilac, 'Miss Kim' lilac, and 'George Eastman' lilac all remain under 10 feet tall.

As fragrant as it is colorful, wisteria makes an excellent choice for large arbors, pergolas, or porches. This classic beauty can also be trained into a tree form where its bumper crop of pendulous, early spring white, purple, or lilac flowers can be enjoyed easily. The key to success with wisteria is to plant the right one. Newer, more cold-hardy varieties are now available that will reliably bloom as far north as Zone 5 (older types will often survive northern gardens but won’t develop…

Flowering vines grow up and over fences, arbors, and trellises, adding a beautiful blooms where other plants can't grow.

Lilac varieties for the south

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Lilacs remind me of Grandma Dorothy. Want to try some of these and maybe a Bloomerang.

Syringa vulgaris 'Sensation'

a glossary of favorite lilacs

I AM HALFWAY THROUGH a long season of lilac blooms that started before the first of May this year and [read more…]

Tinkerbelle Lilac Tree Form (Syringa ‘Bailbelle’)

Tinkerbelle lilac opens wine-red flower buds in late spring. The blooms beckon butterflies and exude a spicy perfume. This tree form lilac reaches 8 feet tall with a spread of 4 to 5 feet. It’s hardy in Zones 3 to

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