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      Syringa x hyacinthiflora
    Hyacinth Lilac ( Early Flowering Lilac )
       Deciduous Shrub
HEIGHT:7 - 12 feet
SPREAD:8 - 10 feet
DISTINCTIONS:Upright, wide-spreading form; large leathery leaves; fragrant flowers but in more open clusters than common lilac; flowers 2 to 3 weeks earlier than common lilac; sun; pH 6.0-7.5; resistant to leaf curl necrosis; fall color varies with cultivar.
LIMITATIONS:Gets leggy with age without renewal pruning; suckering habit; susceptible to leaf miner in SE.
HARDINESS:SC, SE (Zone 3)
ORIGIN:Cross of S. oblata x S. vulgaris
CULTIVARS:‘Assessippi’ pale lavender flowers. ; ‘Evangeline’ upright habit; profuse bloomer; double lilac flowers; powdery mildew resistant; purplish fall color.; ‘Mount Baker’ white flowers; ‘Pocahontas’ vigorous; maroon-purple buds open to deep violet flowers.
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