Intensely Fragrant Rich Purple BloomsThe Agincourt Beauty Lilac is a stunning spring blooming Lilac with highly fragrant flowers. It is considered one of the best purple Lilacs available. Your Agincourt Beauty will awaken in early spring with the arrival of its traditional, bluish green, heart shaped leaves. Soon after the Agincourt Beautys leaves appear it will be covered in gorgeous blooms.The Agincourt Beauty Lilac has impressive clusters of deep, rich, purple flowers that emerge from distinctive dark purple buds. The blossoms are single, and each floret is very large. In fact, it has the largest florets of all the Lilacs.The Agincourts exceptional scent and bundles of grand florets make it a perfect choice as a cut flower. It would also be lovely as an informal hedge or screen. Plant a couple around a patio to enjoy the hummingbirds and butterflies their sweet scent will attract.Add the Agincourt Beauty Lilac to your landscape and enjoy the unparalleled beauty and fragrance that has made the Lilac a favorite for generations. * Highly Fragrant * Low maintenance * Deer resistantDon’t Prune Lilacs During Fall or Early SpringPruning Spring Flowering Shrubs in Southern Regions.
Compact Perennial Makes a Great Border Plant!Ceanothus (New Jersey Tea or California Lilac) Marie Bleu, Ceanothus x pallidus ‘Grace’, is truly garden worthy and a wonderful addition to mixed borders! Marie Bleu is an outstanding compact plant that is covered with loads of misty blue flower heads in late spring. Red seed head capsules appear after flowering is finished, adding another season of garden interest. Shear lightly after blooming to promote a stronger re-bloom in the summer; trim to shape after flowering. This Ceanothus hybrid combines strong growth, dark green leaves, unusual misty blue flowers, and hardiness, and may die back to the ground in colder regions.* Blooms Spring & Summer* Unique misty blue flowers* Compact nature perfect for border plantings Don’t Prune Lilacs During Fall or Early Spring.
Compact Dwarf Lilac with Unique Flower ColorWonderblue Lilac, Syringa vulgaris ‘Wonderblue’, is a variety of lilac that is a slower grower and the branching is compact. It produces single, sky-blue flowers of good fragrance that are excellent for cutting. The small mounded shape lends itself to use in limited spaces of the landscape.This semi-dwarf, upright, oval shaped cultivar is expected to grow into a suckering shrub that reaches 4-5 feet tall and 5-6 feet in width. This plant is attractive to bees, butterflies and/or birds and requires average water needs; water regularly; do not overwater.Wonderblue prefers full sun, good drainage and air circulation. It tolerates light shade, but best bloom is in full sun.It can be used in many situations, including shrub borders, informal hedges and perennial borders. Being very showy and fragrant, it makes a wonderful screen or border specimen!* Unique Flower Color* Semi-Dwarf Lilac* Thrives in Full SunDon’t Prune Lilacs During Fall or Early SpringPruning Spring Flowering Shrubs in Southern Regions.
One of The Deepest Purple LilacsThe Yankee Doodle Lilac features large panicles of deep rich purple flowers. The large clusters of strongly fragrant single flowers rise above the blue green heart shaped foliage. The Yankee Doodle is a profuse bloomer with an upright and spreading growth habit. It is also hardy and easy to care for.For the best flower display it prefers full sun but can tolerate light shade as well.Its size and shape make it a perfect choice as a windbreak or privacy hedge. It would be beautiful as a foundation plant and around patios or walks where its fragrance can truly be enjoyed. Your Yankee Doodle will attract songbirds, butterflies and hummingbirds to further enhance this shrubs beauty. However, it will not attract deer or Japanese Beetles. Every landscape should have at least one Lilac. Choose the Yankee Doodle for its rich fragrance and color. * Low Maintenance * Highly Fragrant * Deer resistantDon’t Prune Lilacs During Fall or Early Spring.
Early Season Blooms in a Classic LilacEvangeline 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 bloomsDon’t Prune Lilacs During Fall or Early SpringPruning Spring Flowering Shrubs in Southern Regions.
A Late Blooming Lilac with Fall ColorThe Miss Canada Lilac is an extremely hardy late blooming Lilac. It’s also one our best selling pink Lilacs. Miss Canadas graceful arched branches make it lovely as a hedge or foundation plant. It is also easily shaped into an elegant small tree, a beautiful statement next to a patio. The much loved heart shaped leaves are a dark green, and will transform to a brilliant buttery yellow in the fall. In late spring your Miss Canada will be smothered in upright clusters of lightly fragrant rosy pink flowers. The clear pink blooms rising above the deep green foliage makes a stunning display. The Miss Canada Lilac performs best in full sun and adapts well to warmer climates. It is very attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds, it’s ultra hardy and easy to grow, and it’s deer resistant. The Miss Canada Lilacs beauty and scent would be a great addition to any yard. We recommend planting it near a window to enjoy this wonderful Lilacs perfume both indoors and outdoors. * Heat Tolerant * Fall Color * Fragrant Blooms Don’t Prune Lilacs During Fall or Early SpringPruning Spring Flowering Shrubs in Southern Regions.
Dwarf Reblooming Lilac with Fragrant BlossomsJosee 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 interestPruning Spring Flowering Shrubs in Southern Regions.
Classic Fragrance with Pure White FlowersMadame 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 Don’t Prune Lilacs During Fall or Early SpringPruning Spring Flowering Shrubs in Southern Regions.
Hard to Find Pink Lilac Blooms!Lilac – Marie Francis, Syringa vulgaris ‘Marie Frances’, is a real treat because it produces fragrant pink flowers, and with pink lilacs among all the blue-lavender-purple, this is very unusual! The lovely flowers emerge from distinctive, rich pink buds in spring on a compact form. It has bluish-green foliage throughout the season and is a very hardy plant that tends to sucker. The heart-shaped leaves do not develop any appreciable fall color. ‘Marie Francis’ needs full sun and well-drained soil, and it also requires room for air movement; will tolerate poor soil conditions and harsh winters. The ‘Marie Francis’ shrub must have regular care and upkeep, and should only be pruned after flowering to avoid removing any of the current season’s flowers. It is a good choice for attracting butterflies to your yard, and is an attractive plant for shrub borders, a garden accent plant, or planted in mass for a flowering hedge or wind screen; excellent for cutting too!* Unusual pink blooms* Thrives in full sun* Very cold hardy Don’t Prune Lilacs During Fall or Early SpringPruning Spring Flowering Shrubs in Southern Regions.
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!Don’t Prune Lilacs During Fall or Early SpringPruning Spring Flowering Shrubs in Southern Regions.