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Dwarf Korean Lilac


   The dwarf Korean lilac bush is known as a compact, but spreading plant. It usually has small foliage, and lavender purple flowers. The blooms of a dwarf Korean lilac bush spread out ever the entire canopy of the shrub. The dwarf Korean lilac bush is deciduous and very tolerant to pollution and slight disturbances, such as wind. This makes a dwarf Korean lilac bush perfect for any urban garden.

   The dwarf Korean lilac bush, or Syringa meyeri ‘palibin,’ has hollow stems, like many other lilac plants. They are native to Korea and China, as well as other parts of eastern Asia. The dwarf Korean lilac bush is widely used as a foundation, mass planting, and informal hedge or specimen shrub. One of the most compact lilac plants, the dwarf Korean lilac bush will only grow to a mature height of four to five feet. Thins makes them perfect for smaller locations.

   Dwarf Korean lilac bushes have good, tough foliage that is a rich green. They are, however, most often requested due to their beautiful blooms. A dwarf Korean lilac bush needs moist, well draining soil and as much direct sunlight as possible to grow fully. They need a minimum of six hours of full sunlight daily in order to bloom properly. The dwarf Korean lilac bush is rarely bothered by powdery mildew, but good air circulation should be provided nonetheless.

   Dwarf Korean lilac bushes bloom in late spring, and the flowers are very fragrant and beautiful. They are hardy to zones three through seven. Dwarf Korean lilac bushes are easy to grow, and due to their compact size make them good selections for any home garden or small landscape. They are very adaptable to different soil conditions.

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