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Sometimes a hedge that defines the yard's edge is just what's needed, a helpful reminder to keep soccer balls, rambunctous dogs and the neighbors kids on the right side. A Miss Kim lilac hedge can easily be keep at 4 1/2 to 5 feet, tall enough to delineate the space, while low enough to waved over and smiled over. And because it matures over a few years there's no harsh "you stay on your side" implications. Just a bit of pretty, fragrant defination.
|Botanical Name:||Syringa pubescens subsp. patula Miss Kim|
|Common Name:||Miss Kim Lilac, compact lilac|
|Growing Zones:||Zones 3-8|
|Sun/Shade:||Partial (6 hours) to full sun|
|Flowers:||Flowers late in the lilac season, extending the blooms|
|Flower Color:||Light lavender|
|Height:||4-6 feet at maturity|
|Plant/Bulb Size:||2 qt. nursery pot with one, well rooted starter lilac (see photo for examples)|
|Bloom Timing:||Blooms in spring|
|Pkg. Count:||6 plants|
|Product info, photos and tips:||Lilac Planting Guide|
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