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Big Lilac Scent in a Little Lilac Package

Dwarf Korean Lilac (Syringa meyeri 'Palibin') packs a big punch in a little space. Full sized lilac flowers with that true intoxicating lilac scent come on bushes much smaller than the norm. This is a compact, spreading plant. It is small and dense and is perfect for tight spaces. Plant it low beneath windows (it won’t get tall enough to block them) or even in planters (so you can move the fragrance where you need it).

The Dwarf Korean Lilac blooms heavily in mid to late spring with showy clusters of pale lilac flowers that are spread over the entire bush. Also, you don’t have to wait years to enjoy the show. This variety is very fragrant and begins blooming at an early age.

With a mature height of 4-5 feet The Dwarf Korean Lilac is very versatile. It can fit in tight places and small gardens or be grown in groups in a large garden for a spectacular effect. Bonus – this lilac totally laughs at pollution, making it a perfect choice for an urban garden. Extra bonus - the Dwarf Korean Lilac is cold hardy and not afraid of frosty nights.

If you love lilacs but thought you didn’t have room for one, the Dwarf Korean Lilac is for you. Now you can enjoy the captivating fragrance of your grandma’s lilacs anywhere for a great price. Order yours today!

* Cold Hardy
* Adaptable
* Early and Heavy bloomer


Plant Facts

Family Syringa meyeri 'Palibin'
Foliage Green
Mature Height 4 - 5 feet
Mature Spread 8 - 10 feet
Soil Widely Adaptable
Zones 3-7
Mature Form Oval
Growth Rate Moderate
Sun Exposure Full Sun
Flower Color Pale Lavender
Fall Color Yellow, Green
Bloom Period Spring

Dwarf Korean Lilac.

Rating: 4.5/5 based on 7 review(s)
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Response to Honeybee Review by Bee 2 you.
We have a tree. We love it. Have found out the hard way that if you wait to long, after blooming to prune it, you don't get the blooming the next spring.
How do I get it to bloom? Review by Honeybee
I planted one that I'd gotten for Mother's Day about 3 years ago. It hasn't bloomed at all this year, and had a couple tiny flowers close to inside of plant last year. I'm from Iowa, and not sure what I need to do to get it to bloom. The plant looks beautiful and green and bushy.
Lilac size Review by Becki J
Finally, a lilac that is small enough to fit my small garden. I love the scent!
Lots Of Flowers Review by joan489
I planted 5 of the Dwarf Korean Lilacs on the back fence-line of my property. We were shocked when they bloomed. The fragrance is none like I have smelled before. We use as cut flowers in the house which brings the spring inside.
Dwarf Korean Lilac is an all-star Review by Busydaz
I am in zone 4, Colorado. I planted a dwarf korean lilac 2 years ago. It has survived some tough winters (cold & dry). And it has bloomed beautifully both years. The deer, rabbits, and wood-rats don't eat it either. It gets about 6 hours of sun... shaded in the morning.

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