Reblooming fragrant lilac on compact plants!
Over 4 months of fragrant blooms on 4' tall shrub!
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“Bloomerang is the first-ever reblooming lilac and is sure to be a winner in your garden. I've seen this new Lilac used superbly as a long-flowering Hedge!"
- The BEST reblooming Lilac ever!
- 4 months of flowers
- 100's of fragrant purple flowers
- Long-blooming Hedge Plant
- Drought tolerant Shrub
Zone 4,5,6,7,8 Blooms Mid-Late summer
As LOW as $14.95 each!
|Quantity||Price ea.||YOU SAVE|
|ON SALE||$18.95 ea.|
|Buy 2||$17.95 ea.||$4.00|
|Buy 3||$17.45 ea.||$7.50|
|Buy 6||$16.95 ea.||$18.00|
|Buy 12||$16.45 ea.||$42.00|
|Buy 24||$15.95 ea.||$96.00|
|Buy 36||$14.95 ea.||$180.00|
|Pot Size:||2 Quart|
Bloomerang Lilac (Syringa) is the first-ever reblooming lilac with 100's of fragrant purple flowers from spring thru fall!
You can enjoy over 4 months of highly fragrant purple flowers on this compact new lilac. Flower show begins in early summer and continues thru October.
Bloomerang lilac's compact & long-blooming habit make it the perfect flowering Hedge Plant with over 4 months of fragrant blooms!
This new hybrid was bred by noted plantsman Tim Wood of Spring Meadow Nursery. Tim selected Bloomerang Syringa for its heavy rebloom and highly fragrant flowers!
Special Features: Butterfly Lovers, Cut Flower, Drought Tolerant, Easy Care, Heat Tolerant, Reblooming
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Lilacs are one of American gardeners' favorite fragrant flowering shrubs! They are extremely easy to grow, make superb flowering hedges, and provide bountiful bouquets of fragrant blooms in early summer. Lilacs thrive in full sun to part shade and can tolerate a wide range of soil types. Any pruning of lilacs should be done immediately after flowering.