Japanese Tree Lilac. Zone 3-7. It has a delightfully scented long blooming season and is very easy to care for. It will mature to 25' and can be left to grow as a shrub or trimmed to a multi or single trunked small tree.

The Japanese Tree Lilac has an attractive multi-stemmed clump form and ravishingly fragrant, creamy-white panicles. It’s easy to see how this tree has won the Tree of the Year award.

Ivory Silk Japanese Tree Lilac. Beautiful creamy-white blooms with a captivating fragrance spring through summer. A small tree or large shrub that forms a rounded crown with rich green foliage on attractive reddish-brown bark. Makes a perfect accent or background plant. Deciduous. zone 4-7. Early summer blooming. moon garden.

Monrovia's Ivory Silk Japanese Tree Lilac details and information. Learn more about Monrovia plants and best practices for best possible plant performance.

Japanese Lilac Tree - A hearty option that survives harsh conditions, this tree produces massive lilac-scented flowers, which grow in clusters.

Fall provides great planting conditions for trees and many nurseries offer discounts at this time of the year.

Japanese Tree Lilac. Pros: lilac, sun, flowers smell great, gets tall, can easily elevate the bottom so you can see out windows, will likely have bird nests. Cons: thick, bushy.

Japanese white lilac tree (Existing tree we are keeping - closest to the house on East side)

Ivory Silk Japanese Tree Lilac. A striking specimen tree with huge creamy blooms in June. An easy to grow lilac! Grows to 20' x 15'.

A striking specimen tree with huge creamy blooms in June. An easy to grow lilac! Grows to x Bought in June Has smooth glossy cherry colored bark. By office window lakeside

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