Lilac - Syringa meyeri 'Palibin' tree

SKU: 137958

Dwarf Korean Lilac

Commonly called Meyer lilac or Korean lilac, was found growing in a garden near Beijing, China by Frank Meyer in 1909. It is not known to exist in the wild. It is a compact, rounded, slow-growing, deciduous shrub that matures to 5-8' tall and spreads to 10' wide. Pale lilac to violet-purple flowers bloom in small, dense terminal clusters (panicles to 3-4" long) in late April to early May. Flowers are fragrant. Small, broad-elliptic to obovate leaves (to 2" long) are dark green. No fall color.

  • Full Sun
  • Hardiness Zone:  4 to 7
  • Height:  6-8 Feet
  • Spread:  4-5 Feet
  • Bloom Color: Lavender

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