Syringa vulgaris 'President Grevy'

President Grevy 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 'President Grevy'): A very showy, adaptable, spring-blooming deciduous shrub with stunning, fragrant, double-flowered, violet-blue flowers.

For more detailed cultural information, visit the Syringa vulgaris details page.


Plants of this taxon:

-not currently in our collection-


Find Related Plants:

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