If there’s one plant that stands out in the spring garden, it’s the lilac, with its bold, beautiful flowers and wonderfully fragrant blooms. Lilacs come in a variety of sizes and are easy to care for, which make them a wonderful addition to any spot in your garden with full sun and average soil. We are proud to offer the following lilacs that carry a two-year warranty from date of installation.

Small Lilacs (under 5 feet tall)

Lilac, Common, Tiny Dancer

Tiny Dancer Lilac

Tiny Dancer Common Lilac, Syringa vulgaris ‘Tiny Dancer’,  is a newer variety of common lilac that is small and sensational, offering large, fragrant pinkish lavender flowers that are 4-5 inches in length. Mildew resistant. 4-5 ft. tall x 4-5 ft. wide. Full sun.

Syringa meyeri 'Palibin'

Dwarf Korean Lilac on standard

Dwarf Korean Lilac, Syringa meyeri ‘Pailbin’, is a compact lilac with a rounded form, available in a shrub or as a tree form with fragrant, lavender flowers and small, ruffled leaves. Mildew resistant. 4-5 ft. tall x 4-5 ft. wide. Full sun.

Medium Size Lilacs (under 10 feet tall)

Lilac, Charles Joly

Charles Joly Lilac

Charles Joly Common Lilac, Syringa vulgaris ‘Charles Joly’, is an old-fashioned lilac with a vase shape, offering fragrant, deep purple buds that open to double, deep purplish-red flowers. 8-10 ft. tall x 8-10 ft. wide. Full sun.

Lilac, Krasavitsa Moskvy

Krasavitsa Moskvy Lilac

Krasavitsa Moskvy Common Lilac, Syringa vulgaris ‘Krasavitsa Moskvy’, is another old fashioned, vase-shaped lilac,   with pale pink buds that open to double pink-white flowers then fade to white. 8-10 ft. tall x 8-10 ft. wide. Full sun.

Tree Lilacs (25-30 ft. tall)

Ivory Silk Japanese tree lilac ( Syringa reticulata 'Ivory Silk')

Ivory Silk Tree Lilac

Ivory Silk Tree Lilac, Syringa reticulata subsp. reticulata ’Ivory Silk’, is a large lilac that is available in a clump or tree form. It blooms later in the season than other lilacs, and produces huge clusters of creamy white plumes that are fragrant. 25-30’ tall x 10-15 ft. wide. Full sun.

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