syringa vulgaris


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lilac

Very fragrant flowers have a pungent, flowery, citrusy aroma and slightly bitter lemony taste.
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Areal and temporal variations in developmental phases of Syringa vulgaris L.
The common lilac, Syringa vulgaris. originated in eastern Europe and was brought here by the earliest settlers.
Snap up a lilac shrub (Syringa vulgaris) for just pounds 1.45, saving over pounds 5.
Other good choices include a white lilac, Syringa vulgaris Alba and a white Dicentra spectabilis Alba, which has heart-shaped flowers, while the ferny leaves look wonderful under trees or around shrubs.
Other good choices include a white lilac, Syringa vulgaris `Alba' and a white Dicentra spectabilis `Alba', which has heart-shaped flowers that last for a few weeks in early summer, while the ferny leaves look wonderful under trees or around shrubs.
Syringa vulgaris (Lilac) is a large, ever-popular deciduous shrub which flowers mid to late spring, with a range of colours.
Common, or French, lilac (Syringa vulgaris) is a shrub that does best where winters are cold (Sunset climate zones 1-11), but there are varieties (most called Descanso hybrids) for mild-winter climates (zones 12-16, 18-22).
A lilac walk planted with Syringa Vulgaris Madame Lemoine, a small tree up to 7m, with double, scented flowers will provide a perfumed avenue in which to waltz by moonlight.