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Evocative of childhood memories, lilac fragrance need not mean making room for a large, leggy plant in your landscape. These days, there are some new dwarf lilacs to choose from. If you have the space, the old-fashioned common lilac can provide a lush, green screen when out of bloom or can be pruned and trained into a charming small tree. But for flower borders and containers, the dwarf Korean lilac and other newer hybrids bring lilac perfume up close.
"Lavender Lady" Lilac - Lavender Lady is a profuse bloomer with strongly fragrant flowers, 'Lavender Lady' bears big clusters in the color you'd expect from the name: perfect lavender purple. "Its flowers are huge and the plant is very robust. It's very dependable - AND - can grow in the South - yay!!!