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Fragrance Gardening: Japanese lilac tree, clematis, lilacs, summersweet, peonies, viburnum, mock-orange, roses, Russian sage, catmint

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The Japanese Tree Lilac can be trained as either a multi-stemmed shrubby tree or a taller single trunked tree. Description from naturehills.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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

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from eHow

How to Prune a Japanese Lilac Tree

The flowers of the Japanese lilac tree should be pruned immediately after they are spent.

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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.

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Dwarf Korean lilac has an excellent uniform habit and red-purple buds that open to fragrant, single, pale lilac flowers. One of the heaviest bloomers of all lilacs.

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Japanese Lilac Tree; A profusion of perfect, creamy-white fragrant flowers and cherry-brown bark, the Lilac Tree is hardy and tough. Grows 20-30 feet tall. Blooms mid-summer. Possibly the most trouble-free lilac you can grow; resistant to mildew, borers and scale. Plant in full sun

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