Japanese Lilac Tree - A hearty option that survives harsh conditions, this tree produces massive lilac-scented flowers, which grow in clusters.

Japanese Lilac Tree - A hearty option that survives harsh conditions, this tree produces massive lilac-scented flowers, which grow in clusters.

How to Plant a Japanese Lilac Tree | eHow

How to Plant a Japanese Lilac Tree

Fragrance Gardening: Japanese lilac tree, clematis, lilacs, summersweet, peonies, viburnum, mock-orange, roses, Russian sage, catmint

Fragrance Gardening: Japanese lilac tree, clematis, lilacs, summersweet, peonies, viburnum, mock-orange, roses, Russian sage, catmint

What Is the Growth Rate of a Japanese Lilac Tree? | eHow

What Is the Growth Rate of a Japanese Lilac Tree

How to Plant a Japanese Lilac Tree

How to Plant a Japanese Lilac Tree

Fragrance Gardening: Japanese lilac tree, clematis, lilacs, summersweet, peonies, viburnum, mock-orange, roses, Russian sage, catmint

Fragrance Gardening: Japanese lilac tree, clematis, lilacs, summersweet, peonies, viburnum, mock-orange, roses, Russian sage, catmint

Japanese Lilac Tree White Flowers 5 Seeds by CheapSeeds on Etsy, $2.75

Japanese Lilac Tree White Flowers 5 Seeds by CheapSeeds on Etsy, $2.75

one of my favs....have to have 3-4 of these in my garden ....Ivory Silk Japanese Lilac Tree – Sheridan Nurseries

one of my favs....have to have 3-4 of these in my garden ....Ivory Silk Japanese Lilac Tree – Sheridan Nurseries

Ivory Silk Japanese Tree Lilac. A striking specimen tree with huge creamy blooms in June. An easy to grow lilac! Grows to 20' x 15'.

Ivory Silk Japanese Tree Lilac. A striking specimen tree with huge creamy blooms in June. An easy to grow lilac! Grows to 20' x 15'.

Japanese tree lilac (Syringa reticulata) is at its best for two weeks in early summer when the flowers bloom. The clusters of white, fragrant flowers are about a foot long and 10 inches wide.  Growing Japanese lilac trees near a window allows you to enjoy the flowers and fragrance indoors, but make sure you leave plenty of room for the tree’s 20-foot spread. After the flowers fade, the tree produces seed capsules that attract songbirds to the garden.

About Japanese Tree Lilac – Tips For Growing Japanese Lilac Trees

Japanese tree lilac (Syringa reticulata) is at its best for two weeks in early summer when the flowers bloom. The clusters of white, fragrant flowers are about a foot long and 10 inches wide. Growing Japanese lilac trees near a window allows you to enjoy the flowers and fragrance indoors, but make sure you leave plenty of room for the tree’s 20-foot spread. After the flowers fade, the tree produces seed capsules that attract songbirds to the garden.

Japanese Tree Lilac. Zone 3-7. It has a delightfully scented long blooming season and is very easy to care for. It will mature to 25' and can be left to grow as a shrub or trimmed to a multi or single trunked small tree.

Japanese Tree Lilac. Zone 3-7. It has a delightfully scented long blooming season and is very easy to care for. It will mature to 25' and can be left to grow as a shrub or trimmed to a multi or single trunked small tree.

Pinterest
Search