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Lilacs reblooming!

Posted by ostrich 3a AB (My Page) on
Sat, Sep 7, 13 at 11:42

I planted a small Bloomerang lilac last year - it bloomed in spring and it's blooming again! How exciting!!!

But the reason why I am posting is because I helped my friends plant a Syringa Juliana ("Hers" lilac tree) this spring. It bloomed beautifully then. However, it is blooming again now! I didn't think that this was a reblooming lilac, or is it? Does anyone else have any experience with this lilac tree please?

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RE: Lilacs reblooming!

Lilacs have some natural reblooming ability. It's just very sporadic and they don't really produce much. I have a dwarf Korean in the front yard that reblooms occasionally.

Cultivars like 'Bloomerang' are much more dependable.

RE: Lilacs reblooming!

Thank you, Shazam, for the explanation! I will let my friends know.

BTW, that Bloomerang lilac is doing really well in my yard - love it!

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