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How to Transplant Lilac Suckers

by eHow Contributor
Lilac bushes are easy to grow from the young lilac suckers that sprout below and around mature lilac bushes. Whether you are sentimental about the lilac bushes around your childhood home, or just want to grow some beautiful lilac bushes so you can enjoy the aroma and flowers, it is easy to dig up ex...

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