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    Syringa vulgaris x ‘Primrose’ (yellow lilac) | From @Wayside Gardens

  • Venessa Litewski

    Primrose Syringa Lilac Shrub -- "... Originally introduced to the world in 1949, Primrose bears numerous graceful, yet dense ... pastel yellow flowers in mid-spring..."

  • Rosalie Buckwalter

    Primrose Syringa Lilac Shrub (Syringa vulgaris x Primrose) at Wayside Gardens

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    Primrose Syringa Lilac Shrub-Originally introduced in 1949, it bears numerous graceful, yet dense panicles of pastel yellow flowers produced in mid-spring. The amazing color becomes even richer as the plant matures.

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