Showy, Fragrant, Cold Hardy TreeMany flowering trees do their thing in spring, which can be a little bit of a letdown come June. Just when those early bloomers are fading, though, along comes the Japanese Tree Lilac to fill in the void. It doesn’t just bring a power flower show, either, but a welcome floral perfume for your garden too.The Japanese Tree Lilac can be trained as either a multi-stemmed shrubby tree or a taller single trunked tree. Either way it is covered with fragrant, creamy-white panicles of flowers for a long bloom time in the summer. Unlike so many of the spring bloomers, the flowers and leaves are on the tree at the same time. This gives a beautiful and exotic look to your garden.Used often in commercial landscapes and streetscapes, this hardy tree has proven that it can perform exceptionally well in home gardens, especially where summers are cooler. For the best floral display, plant the Japanese Tree Lilac where it will get plenty of sun and you will enjoy its fragrant summer time show.When the tree isn’t in flower and has dropped its leaves for the winter, it still has a neat trick up its sleeve – the Japanese Tree Lilac has textured and striped, cherry tree-like bark that is a show in its own right.Don’t miss out on this great tree in your yard for the summer. The sooner you buy from Nature Hills, the sooner you can enjoy!*Fragrant Creamy White Panicles in Early Summer*Large Shrub or Small Tree*Hardy to zone 3Don’t Prune Lilacs During Fall or Early Spring.
Not Your Grandma’s Lilac!Looking for something different? The Tree Lilac (Syringa reticulata ‘Ivory Silk’) is not the flowering shrub you might have seen in grandma’s yard, but a small tree that bears huge (foot- long!) flower panicles in late June, well after other lilacs have given up for the season.The monster flower bunches are creamy white and give off a heady, musky scent that will perfume your entire garden. These trees only get about 20 feet high which makes them perfect for small yards or as a focal point. For an even greater impact, plant several along a fence line – they make a show-stopping tall hedgerow!On top of all this goodness, the Tree Lilac can withstand temperatures as low as 30 degrees below zero and isn’t affected by soil ph like other lilacs. It is the hardiest and most trouble free Lilac available, especially for northern climates.The Tree Lilac blooms more heavily than other Lilac varieties, too. It flowers later in the season, extending your Lilac pleasure.Through the summer your Tree Lilac will be densely covered in beautiful, deep green leaves, a refreshing sight in the height of summer heat. In the fall and winter the attractive, smooth, dark red bark adds an interesting dimension and texture to your landscape.Whether you’re new to lilacs or just want to add something different to your garden, the Tree Lilac is for you. Order yours today!* Huge flowers. * Fragrant blooms. * Cold hardy and trouble free.Don’t Prune Lilacs During Fall or Early Spring.