Lilac (Syringa vulgaris)

(aka Common Lilac, French Lilac)
The lilac ranks high amongst all-time favorite flowering plants. Its fragrant aroma carries far across the garden to enchant butterflies to your yard.

The lilac survives year-round as a deciduous shrub and blooms in the spring.

The purple flowers of the lilac bush bring color, a fresh scent, and joyful winged visitors to any garden.

Attracts: Two-tailed SwallowtailMilbert's Tortoiseshell,  and more

Color(s): Lilac

Sun Exposure: Full sun

Soil: Well-drained

Average Height: 8 ft. - 15 ft.

Average Spread: 5 ft. - 12 ft.

USDA Plant Hardiness Zone: 2 - 8

Note: Fragrant flowers

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Patty Bigner

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