Syringa Bloomerang® Description
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!
Syringa Bloomerang makes the perfect companion to fragrant Coneflowers, drought-proof Sedums, & long-blooming KnockOut Roses!
Special Features: Butterfly Lovers, Deer Resistant, Cut Flower, Drought Tolerant, Easy Care, Heat Tolerant, Reblooming
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- Botanical Name:
Syringa Bloomerang r ('Penda')
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- Sun Exposure:
Sun, Part Shade
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- Height x Width:
4' X 4'
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- Bloom Season:
Mid-Summer thru Fall
Accent, Border, Container Gardening, Cottage Gardening, Foundation Planting, Massing, Specimen
- Cannot Ship to:
AK,CAN, HI, PR
- Patent #:PPAF 'Penda'
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Soil: Average, medium moisture, well-drained soils. Prefers moist, sandy soils, but has surprisingly good drought tolerance. Drought tolerant in the North; even moisture is required in the South
Light: Tolerates filtered sunlight, but prefers full sun.
Water: Medium -- well drained soil. Can adapt to dry or moist conditions but cannot tolerate standing water.
Spacing: 12- 24 inches
Fertilizing: Fertilize at planting time or in early spring with a slow-release product such as Osmocote™, Nutricote™, or Nursery Special™
Winterizing: Appreciates a winter mulch in the northern parts of its growing range.
Maintenance & Pruning: Deadhead individual spent flowers and remove spent flowering stems to encourage additional bloom. Once flowering is finished, plants can be cut back to the basal foliage if fresh new growth is desired.