Extend Your Lilac Season With This Fast Grower The Pocahontas Lilac is very showy and fragrant. It would make a lovely screen and is beautiful as a focal point. Your Pocahontas Lilac is an extremely vigorous, cold hardy, upright plant that is an early bloomer to extend your Lilac season. The Pocahontas Lilac blooms earlier and longer than most Lilacs. From spring through fall it will be covered in large clusters of rich violet booms, then fade to a pretty deep lilac color. All the while displaying dense, dark green leaves. Plant the Pocahontas somewhere in your landscape so you can truly enjoy it. Near a patio or walk perhaps so you can revel in the outstanding fragrance, the butterflies and hummingbirds. The Pocahontas Lilac will tolerate some shade but it will flower more profusely in full sun. The blooms make excellent cut flowers for bouquets and will bring the color and scent of spring into your house. Plant this showy and fragrant Lilac in your yard for an outstandingly long show of color and fragrance. * Fragrant* Long blooming* Low maintenance .
Enjoy Lavender-Pink Fragrant Flowers for Months! The Bloomerang Lilac is one of the most productive and consistent, re-blooming Lilacs. Most Lilacs range in color from pink to red-purple making the color of the Bloomerang quite unusual and very popular. Its first bloom period appears in mid May, a spectacular show of large, lavender-pink, fragrant clusters of flowers. These sweet scented flowers will cover the branches in the spring letting you know that spring has well and truly sprung. Your Bloomerang will take a short rest in June then begin to re-bloom in July and continues until the frost. While most Lilacs bloom for a few weeks in the spring, the Bloomerang will bloom for months! The blooms from summer to fall will be a darker purple than the spring blossoms. It’s like having two shrubs in one! Imagine fragrant lavender bouquets in your home for spring, and darker purple floral arrangements decorating your home in the fall. The Bloomerang has a compact, mounded shape that fits easily into any landscape. It would be perfect in smaller spaces, or as a low, divinely fragrant border. However, it’s also ideal as a foundation plant or in a container to add height and drama. Place it in a decorative container on the patio and enjoy months of blooms. The Lilac is a classic flowering shrub that has been a favorite for generations. Don’t say goodbye to the Lilacs after a few short weeks each year, plant the Bloomerang and enjoy its wonderful display and scent for months. * Fragrant* Long blooming* Compact* Attracts Butterflies* Deer Resistant * Fall Interest* Rebloomer .
While Flowers with Superior Fragrance Common White Lilac is an ornamental shrub with stunning flowers of intoxicating fragrance. You could use several to dazzling effect as a hedge, or even plant just one as an individual accent near your patio where you can enjoy its spring show. Your Common White Lilac is well-known and loved by gardeners all over the world for its beauty and fragrance. Its pristine white flowers bloom on long, upright panicles in mid-spring. The dark green, heart-shaped leaves provide an elegant compliment to the clustered blossoms. As if the dazzling spring display weren’t enough, your Common White Lilac will astound you with its fragrance–one of the most powerful fragrances emitted by a plant (and one of its most-beloved features). Common White Lilac will grow to about 10 feet in height with an 8 foot spread. It’s a very hardy shrub, especially for North American gardens as it can withstand severely cold winters. In fact, Common White Lilac actually does best in areas with significant frost in wintertime. It’s also quite tolerant of soil conditions and will even do well in urban environments. Although it has been recreated for perfumes and candles, nothing can compare to the scent of fresh Lilac in your yard and home. Used as cut flowers, or left to decorate your yard, the fragrance is captivating, ensuring the scent of spring for weeks, if not months. Plant one today, or couple one with our Common Purple Lilac for outstanding color contrast. Either way, you won’t want to miss the allure of a Lilac for your landscape. * Gorgeous flowers * Outstanding fragrance * Cold hardy.
Early Season Blooms in a Classic Lilac Evangeline Lilac is an early-flowering, tall shrub. Plant a few of these for a tall hedge along your house or as a screen. One would also be outstanding as a specimen plant for your front yard. Your Evangeline Lilac will be one of the most breathtaking sights you’ll see in your yard in early spring. Long panicles of violet flowers shoot up and above the heart-shaped, blue-green leaves early in the season. The double blossoms are resplendent in the bright sunshine! As if the floral vision Evangeline creates weren’t enough, the fragrance it emits is heavenly. It’s a butterfly’s delight! When fall arrives, your Evangeline will offer one last gasp of color with the foliage’s transition from its lively green to a deep purple hue. Evangeline Lilac will grow to 15 feet in height with a 12-foot spread. It has a multi-stemmed, upright habit and lives up to 30 years. Evangeline is tolerant of a variety of soil conditions, and will even do well in urban environments. If you love Lilacs, Evangeline is a must-have. Blooming a week or more before common Lilac bushes, it will extend your Lilac season. Evangeline is a hardy shrub that’s a profuse-bloomer and sure to bring you enjoyment for many years to come. * Fragrant flowers * Early blooming Lilac * Make great cut flowers * Traditional Lilac with striking blooms.
Fragrant Lilacs in a Stunning, Ornamental Tree Form The Lilac ‘Bloomerang’™ is a revolutionary new kind of lilac! ‘Bloomerang’ blooms in spring and then again throughout the summer. It does go through a rest period in the heat of the summer and then flowers again; traditional lilac varieties only bloom for a few short weeks in spring. Bloomerang’s fragrant flowers continue until frost. Trained into a tree form, this compact beauty makes a great ornamental tree for your landscape or garden. It works great as a foundation planting or as part of the mixed border. As a Tree Form, It is a taller item that adds height and drama to a container, so can be used either in the back or middle of a container. You can also include ‘Bloomerang’ in perennial beds and enjoy classic lilac fragrance for months instead of weeks! This lilac thrives in full sun and prefers well-drained soil. Removing spent blooms encourages reblooming, and save heavy pruning to shape after blooming. These sold out in hours last spring. Quantities are limited. Buy Yours Now to Avoid Disappointment! * Fragrant Blooms* Reblooms* Great Ornamental Tree.
Exquisite Lilac Fragrance Did you know that lilacs have been cultivated in gardens around the world since 1563? Any plant that has stood the test of time like that deserves to be in your garden, wouldn’t you say? Monge Lilac (Monge Lilac, Syringa vulgaris ‘Monge’) is a beautiful version of this beloved plant and one you should definitely try. The deep, grape-wine color and the HUGE panicles of flowers are standouts in any garden, but especially in a lilac-lovers garden. The scent – true lilac – sits intoxicatingly heavy over the garden as long as the flowers are in bloom, an unparalleled pleasure. Not to be outdone by the flowers, the deep green leaves turn a beautiful purple color in the fall before they drop. This plant gives three seasons of beauty! Easy to grow, it even tolerates light shade. It grows thick and tall and makes a great specimen plant and an even better border or hedge. Little can compare to a hedge of Monge in full bloom! Let Monge Lilac take center stage in your garden this year. You’ll have hundreds of years of garden lovers behind you! Order yours today! * Deep colored flowers – not the pastels you know * Fall color * True Lilac scent.
Stunning Color, Stunning Scent! Do you dream of the scent of lilacs wafting from your garden? Katherine Havemeyer Lilac (Syringa vulgaris ‘Katherine Havemeyer’) will fulfill all of your lilac dreams and then some. This beautiful French Hybrid covers itself in abundant clusters of double, lavender-pink, fragrant flowers on dark green, disease resistant foliage. There are so many blooms that you smell her luscious classic lilac scent long before you see her in the garden. Katherine Havemeyer has that typical wild lilac form that adds such depth and beauty to your garden. Use it as a specimen plant in a border or foundation planting or in a perennial bed as a structural counterpoint to spring bloomers. Strong and long lived, this popular shrub is easily grown in a normal garden soil and full sun. No need to coddle it. It’s tougher than it looks! Make sure you give it plenty of room to grow, though. It quickly reaches its full height of 10-12 feet tall and 8-10 feet wide. It makes a very colorful border or screen. Nature Hills sells healthy lilac shrubs in big pots that are ready to take off in your garden today! * Wonderful heady scent * Attracts pollinators * Unparalleled spring blooms!.
Fragrant Lilac Blooms on a Lovely Ornamental Tree! The Tree Form Dwarf Korean Lilac is a dwarf variety of lilac in tree form with single, very fragrant, pale lilac flowers. This Korean Lilac is a beautiful and popular patio shrub that is smothered in stunning panicles of fragrant lilac purple flowers at the ends of the branches in late spring. It displays dark green foliage that emerges burgundy in spring. Dwarf Korean Lilac has a rounded foliage and can be trained to grow in a small tree-like form with the primary plant grafted high atop a standard. It is best used as a solitary accent in the garden. Being a relatively low maintenance tree, it should only be pruned after flowering to avoid removing any of the current season’s flowers. Blooming profusely at an early age, this ornamental plant makes an excellent accent or specimen in the landscape! * Popular accent* Dwarf* Can be a container plant.
Dwarf Reblooming Lilac with Fragrant Blossoms Josee Lilac is a gorgeous, reblooming lilac. Its dwarf habit would make it a perfect choice for your small garden or even a large patio container. Planted in borders or as a mass planting, it would be a stunning addition to your yard. Your Josee Lilac is a relatively carefree ornamental shrub with exceptional features. Its delightfully fragrant, lavender-pink flowers erupt into bloom in late spring, and unlike other lilacs, the show isn’t over after the first bloom! Josee Lilac will surprise northern gardeners with reliable rebloom all summer and fall, and even southern gardeners may get a flush of rebloom in autumn! The sweet, heady fragrance of the clustered, tubular blooms will waft across your yard like no other planting. It’s a summer scent so resplendent in its warmth and intensity that you’ll wonder how you ever lived without one of these marvelous shrubs in your yard. Josee Lilac, unlike some other lilacs, maintains a diminutive size. At just 4 to 6 feet in height (with an equal spread), it’s a perfect way to enjoy the benefits of a lilac shrub in almost any landscape. Josee Lilac is quite hardy, with superb mildew resistance. It doesn’t require pruning, but a quick trim helps to encourage re-bloom and maintain its compact habit. Birds, bees, hummingbirds and butterflies will adore this reblooming shrub in your yard, bringing pollinators to your landscape in droves. All in all, there’s nothing like a lilac, and no yard is ever truly complete without one. Josee lilac provides the usual outstanding assets of a lilac bush, but adds dwarf size and reblooming nature to the list of attributes. It’s a must-have for your yard today. * Prolific blooms* Amazing fragrance* Wildlife interest.
Stunning Rare Yellow Lilac The Primrose Lilac is a rare yellow Lilac that is much sought after but seldom found. Your friends and neighbors will be stunned by this yellow Lilac. The first year the blooms are a yellow-white, but the color gets more intense with age and in cooler climates. The Primrose Lilac is outstanding. Springtime blooms of soft yellow makes this Lilac truly unique. Elegant dark green heart shaped leaves are the perfect backdrop to the sunny flowers. Lilacs are beloved for their scent and this one will not disappoint. Intensely fragrant blossoms will delight drifting across the yard on spring breezes. The Primrose Lilac is also known for its longevity, it is carefree and vigorous. It performs best in full sun but will do well in light shade. Perfect as a showy hedge, an extremely fragrant screen or as an individual statement to brighten up your yard. Your Primrose Lilac will attract butterflies and hummingbirds, but deer will pass it by for more tasty treats. The Primrose Lilac is a strong, long lived and unique shrub that will give you a lifetime of satisfaction. * Fragrant Blooms * Deer Resistant * Hardy and Long Lived.
Spectacular Spring Fragrant Flowers on a Hardy Shrub The Minuet Lilac (Syringa ‘Minuet’) is a hardy shrub with outstanding spring flowers that are highly fragrant. It would look spectacular in your yard planted as a hedge at the side of your house or as a focal point in your landscape. Plant them in rows near your house to enjoy the sweet scent of lilac wafting along on the evening breeze. There’s nothing quite as breathtaking as the sight of a 5-8 foot tall rounded shrub overflowing with a profusion of soft, warm purple flowers. The Minuet is an especially prolific lilac, so plan on snipping a few handfuls of the rich lavender panicles to fill your house with the lilac scent of spring each year. In the fall, the forest green foliage will turn a light yellow, adding further color to your autumn landscape. The Minuet actually prefers to be left alone, so a lack of pruning will allow for even more blooms. It’s easy to care for and hardy in most soils and conditions. It’s even tolerant of polluted urban settings. Lilacs have long been considered a symbol of love, and having one in your yard will certainly evoke those warm feelings of home and hearth. Your landscape won’t feel quite complete until a Lilac graces it. * Spring fragrant flowers* Hardy.
One of the most beautiful lilacs you can grow. If you are a lilac lover, then you have already heard of Beauty of Moscow (Syringa vulgaris ‘Krasavitsa Moskvy’). If you are new to the world of lilacs, then this is a great place to start. You won’t find a commercially available lilac with bigger flowers or a more powerful perfume. It is difficult to understand how beautiful the Beauty of Moscow flower heads are until you see them in person. The buds are a soft combo of pink and purple. They open at different times along the stem as pure white flowers. The mix of the purple, pink and white against the heart-shaped green leaves is really stunning. The Beauty of Moscow Lilac is very hardy and weather resistant. It is a rugged upright plant that is excellent for cut flowers so you can enjoy their captivating scent in your home. One flower stem will perfume your whole house. A relatively new introduction to the lilac world, these tend to sell out quickly. Don’t wait too long to order this, or you might find yourself having to wait until next year to enjoy this beautiful, world-renowned shrub. * Cold hardy* Double blooms* Highly fragrant.
Truly Fragrant Blooms and Surprising Fall Color Have you ever had the pleasure of smelling a lilac in your garden in the spring? If not, you have missed out on one of the purest gardening rewards ever. The Miss Kim Lilac is a dwarf lilac and one of the most beloved lilacs in the world. Also known as the Manchurian Lilac, this elegant shrub is often found in the gardens of the rich and famous. Thanks to Nature Hills, you can bring it home to your garden too! The flowers are lavender to ice blue, with that classic sweet lilac fragrance that can be smelled all over the garden. They smother your shrub in late spring, around May. The abundant blooms finish their season by fading to a very soft lavender-pink. More sun equals more flowers, so plant accordingly. Its smaller size makes it perfect as a foundation plant or to border a walkway or patio. Plant it where you can enjoy it. These make excellent cut flowers, too, and Miss Kim provides armloads of blooms to bring indoors. Pruning it right after it flowers and before seeds are formed assures you an abundance of flowers the following year. In one last hurrah Miss Kim’s thick, green leaves will turn a very attractive burgundy in autumn. It has the best fall color of any Lilac on the market. Please don’t let another year go by without adding this outstanding lilac to your garden. Order yours today! * Fragrant blooms * Attracts butterflies * No maintenance .
Classic Fragrance with Pure White Flowers Madame Lemoine Lilac, Syringa vulgaris ‘Madame Lemoine’, is a French Hybrid Lilac that forms a wide spreading plant with double, fragrant, pure white flowers produced freely in May. It displays shiny, dark green summer foliage. It doesn’t tend to sucker like most other lilacs. Ideal as a cut flower and a single cluster can scent an entire room! It is easily grown in average, medium moist, well-drained soil in full sun. Madame Lemoine Lilac tolerates light shade, but best bloom is in full sun. It prefers organically rich, slightly acidic soils with good drainage. Once it is established, it only needs occasional watering. Being very showy and extremely fragrant, it makes a wonderful screen or border specimen. This plant is attractive to bees, butterflies and/or birds and grows 8-10 feet tall and 10 feet wide. It becomes drought resistant once established, and deer tend to ignore it. * White Flowers* Classic Fragrance* Deer resistant .
Extend Your Lilac Season With This Gorgeous Late Bloomer There are few things as coveted in the garden as the one to two weeks that lilacs bloom in the spring. The air is perfumed as only a lilac can do. For 50 weeks a year, lilacs are handsome, shade providing shrubs – but oh, those two weeks in spring! Those in the know, though, will always have a Ludwig Spaeth Lilac in their garden. Why? Ludwig Spaeth blooms later than almost all other lilacs so you’ll always have a few more weeks of that magical lilac show. Ludwig Spaeth is a French Hybrid Lilac that was first introduced in 1883. It’s a gorgeous late bloomer that has stood the test of time. This lilac charges into spring draped in traditional sparkling green, heart shaped leaves. However, the Ludwig Spaeth really starts its show well after your other Lilacs have started blooming. In early June your shrub will be covered with huge clusters of beautiful deep reddish-purple blooms that are excellent as cut flowers. Just a few of the large blooms will perfume your entire house. Ludwig Spaeth grows 10-12 feet tall and 6-8 feet wide, making it a stand-out at the back of a perennial border, along a foundation or as a screening shrub. It will tolerate some shade, but blooms best in full sun. Don’t limit your lilac season. Add this beauty to your garden this year. * Fragrant * Late Bloomer * Low Maintenance.