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.

The Japanese Tree Lilac has an attractive multi-stemmed clump form and ravishingly fragrant, creamy-white panicles. It’s easy to see how this tree has won the Tree of the Year award.

Ivory Silk Japanese Tree Lilac. Beautiful creamy-white blooms with a captivating fragrance spring through summer. A small tree or large shrub that forms a rounded crown with rich green foliage on attractive reddish-brown bark. Makes a perfect accent or background plant. Deciduous. zone 4-7. Early summer blooming. moon garden.

Monrovia's Ivory Silk Japanese Tree Lilac details and information. Learn more about Monrovia plants and best practices for best possible plant performance.

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'.

A striking specimen tree with huge creamy blooms in June. An easy to grow lilac! Grows to x Bought in June Has smooth glossy cherry colored bark. By office window lakeside

Japanese Lilac Tree

Japanese Lilac Tree

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

What Is the Growth Rate of a Japanese Lilac Tree?

The Japanese lilac tree--scientifically known as Syringa reticulata--is a large ornamental multi-stemmed shrub that features a vase-shaped crown, spreading branches, oval, dark.

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

An oval shaped, compact tree with large clusters of creamy-white flowers in late June. An extremely hardy and versatile tree introduced by Sheridan Nurseries in

Japanese Lilac Tree Seeds by CheapSeeds on Etsy, $2.50

japanese tree lilac, zone rounded form and spreading growth, very fragrant white flowers mid june about 1 month after common lilac. odor different from common lilac, more like privit. subject to same pests as lilac.

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