A species of Lilacs, Also known as Lilac Botanical name : Syringa vulgaris Genus : Lilacs
Common lilac, A species of Lilacs
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Botanical name: Syringa vulgaris
Common lilac is a shrub native to the Balkan Peninsula that blooms with a fragrant blossom. It grows on rocky terrain and has a suckering habit. The blossoms are used to flavor honey, sugars, food, and other delights and farmed for its fragrant flowers in the spring.
Flower 6 mm to 1 cm
Scrub on rocky hill slopes, hedges, thickets, shrubberies
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The common lilac is found in many gardens of colder climates, and is valued for its fragrance as well as its luscious pop of purple and use as a transition flower, blooming right before the slew of roses and other summertime flowers. The common lilac works wonderfully for hedges, screens, or even standalone pieces in small gardens. Peonies, tulips, and daffodils provide beautiful contrast when planted around it.
Care Guide for Common lilac
_Common lilac likes well-drained soil and needs infrequent watering since it tends to get its necessary moisture through rainfall. Supplemental watering may be needed only during prolonged periods of drought. Mulching the area around your Common lilac can help retain moisture.
Fertilization once in spring.
Trim the diseased, withered leaves once a month.
Needs excellent drainage in pots.