Syringa vulgaris 'Lavender Lady'

Lavender Lady Common Lilac

Cultural Summary:

Species (Syringa vulgaris): A large, old-fashioned shrub with incredibly showy and fragrant lilac-lavender blooms from late April to mid-May, depending on the season. Taxon (cultivar 'Lavender Lady'): A showy, lavender-flowered lilac that blooms well even in states with warmer winters, as this cultivar has a low chilling requirement.

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- Other plants with the common name Lilac.
- Other plants of the family Oleaceae.
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- Other plants of the species Syringa vulgaris.