Botanically known as Syringa, a Lilac bush offers some of the most fragrant flowers in the plant world. You’ll find a fabulous range of lilac for sale right here at Nature Hills Nursery.
In addition to being fantastically fragrant, lilac bushes are rugged and long-lived. This makes lilac bush care a breeze.
Decorate your landscape with several cultivars. If you love purple, check out the Aubergine Lilac flowers of Yankee Doodle
Choose a petite Lilac plant-like Tiny Dancer™ or Miss Kim. Or perhaps you need an exceptionally cold-hardy Lilac shrub, such as James MacFarlane, which can survive in areas as cold as USDA zone 2.
We grow, sell and ship many different types of Lilacs, with a generous array of lilac bushes for sale on our website. Filter your search results to view the many different sizes and colors of bloom.
Blooming Lilac panicles are made up of smaller flowers that feature one of the world's most incredible scents. You just can’t resist the heady fragrance of the Common Purple lilac (Syringa vulgaris) when it perfumes in late spring.
Most Lilac blooms are a light purple, but there are also cultivars with blooms in different hues. These include:
Most Lilacs perform best in zones 4 to 8, areas with longer hours of winter chill. In warm winter zones, you can get the look of Lilac with California Lilac (Ceoanthus).
Our durable Lilac cultivars will grow easily in nearly any sunny garden. They prefer well-drained soil and a consistent watering schedule.
Flowering is most prolific in a spot that receives at least six hours of sunlight a day. Lilac bushes have numerous uses, such as:
Another benefit of lilac bushes? You can keep smaller cultivars in containers for many years.
Each Lilac plant blooms for roughly two heavenly weeks. Extend that flowering season by planting early, mid-season and late-season bloomers.
Add cutleaf and Persian Lilacs to your garden for another series of beautifully fragrant blooms. Don't forget about the Bloomerang® series of lilac bushes. They’ll extend the blooming season with a second flush of flowers from mid-summer through fall.
Pruning Lilacs requires only simple maintenance. As the blooms begin to fade, plan to snip them for indoor floral displays and as centerpieces on a table.
Every few years, do renewal pruning to shape and rejuvenate your Lilac shrubs after the flowers are finished for the season. Prune a few of the thickest stems down to the ground, leaving the youngest, thinnest stems in place to produce abundant flowers.
As America’s largest online nursery, we’ve been helping people grow since 2001. Check out the gorgeous collection of showy lilacs for sale at Nature Hills Nursery and place your order today.