Which Variety of Lilac Tree?
We rate these three Lilac Trees highly.
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Syringa vulgaris - any variety
There are several varieties of Syringa vulgaris and they are all
as good as each other, it's a matter of preference as far as colour
goes. We recommend Syringa vulgaris Charles Joly as a good example of
the traditional dark purple Lilac Tree. It produces masses of
deliciously scented, double flowers from early to late spring
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||The absolute whitest flowers you will ever see. Syringa
vulgaris Madame Lemoine produce lots of pure white, double,
scented flowers. A
classic Lilac Tree beauty. Strong enough to support a late
flowering clematis which prolongs the flowering interest.|
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||Syringa vulgaris Katherine Havemeyer produces lots of
lavender blue flowers on a spreading Lilac Tree. The traditional
Lilac Tree scent is freely produced.|
Produces flowers from early to late spring.
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Date posted: October 23, 2011 - 04:57 am
You must have confused us with a garden centre.
Name: Muriel Maufroy
Date posted: October 21, 2011 - 09:59 am
Message: I looked at so many plants that I cannot remember if I ordered a Mme Lemoine Lilac tree at £34.99. I don't know how to check but would like to place the order. My new post code is now CH5 3NN
Name: Sandra Smith
Date posted: August 14, 2011 - 05:46 am
Message: I planted a lilac some two years ago and have never had blooms. What am I doing wrong? The leaves are green and healthy looking though.
Name: Joy Anderson
Date posted: July 07, 2011 - 02:22 pm
Message: May I ask you can lilac trees withstand -12-18% of frost in winter. I would love to plant one in our garden but am rather frightened it could die! Many thanks
Date posted: June 08, 2011 - 09:36 am
Message: I have two lilac bushes in my garden. One has now in all effect died- the leves have withered and are about to drop. The other is two metres further up the same bed, and is fine. I've looked at soil pH etc and all seems OK Help!
Name: Julie Mace
Date posted: June 02, 2011 - 04:13 pm
Message: Our syringa vulgaris has started to suffer with split bark on most parts of the shrub and the leaves are now turning yellow/brown. Can you give me some advice on how to rectify this please?
Date posted: June 02, 2011 - 02:17 pm
Message: My purple lilac bush is all white this year. Does anyone know how this happened?
Name: Tina Gabriel
Date posted: May 25, 2011 - 09:51 am
Message: I don't have any advice I need advice! I have a lilac bush that will not flower! I got it 4 years ago and it flowered the first year and has not flowered since. I did what the gardening book said and cut 75% of the flowers off. I got it from a garden centre and it had no flowers when we planted it so I figured they removed the flowers that first year as you are supposed to cut 100% of them off. The next year it flowered and I cut 75% off. Then last year and this year nothing! What can I do???
Name: Mary Modic
Date posted: May 16, 2011 - 11:24 am
Message: I have two Lilac trees. How can I get them to blooms on them. I only get three blooms on both of them. Please help.
Date posted: May 14, 2011 - 05:21 pm
Message: I planted a miniature lilac which flowered the first year, I cut off the dead heads when finished flowering, and now in the second year - no flowers at all!
Help< what's gone wrong?
Date posted: May 08, 2011 - 02:36 am
Message: I have three mature (5-8yrs old) lilac trees in the garden which I would like to move... is this possible and if so when and how is the best way to achieve this
Name: Sandra Smith
Date posted: May 06, 2011 - 09:18 am
Message: I planted my lilac tree some three years ago and have still not had any blooms. What am I doing wrong?