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New and exciting, Lilac Josee ticks all the boxes for today's homeowner: compact, reblooming, fragrant and lovely. Can you see it now, a reblooming hedge of lavender pink flowers, jut 4-5 feet tall, adding fragrance to your yard all season? This sensational dwarf lilac flowers most heavily in the spring and then blooms sporatically through the summer. Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds. Makes a great windbreak or specimen plant. Lilacs are very long lived shrubs, often surviving more than 100 years.
Josee flowers so heavily in the spring that the blooms often obscure the foliage almost entirely.
|Botanical Name:||Syringa Josee, Syrings Morjos 060f|
|Common Name:||Lilac Josee|
|Growing Zones:||Winter hardy in zones 3-8|
|Sun/Shade:||Mostly sun (6 hours) to full sun|
|Flower Color:||Lavender pink blooms, pink buds|
|Height:||4-5 feet at maturity|
|Plant/Bulb Size:||1.5 quart nursery pot, one well-rooted starter lilac|
|Bloom Timing:||Blooms in spring|
|Pkg. Count:||1 plant|
|Product info, photos and tips:||Lilac Planting Guide|
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