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The common lilac is an old-fashioned, long-lived, and well-loved lilac best known for its fragrant flowers. It is extremely hardy and thrives with little care which make it a lovely shrub for a specimen planting, in masses, screens, hedges, or mixed in shrub borders.  The May blooming flowers are typically purple to lilac but cultivars also come in magenta, pink and white. 

Size Range: 

  • Large shrub (more than 8 feet), 
  • Medium shrub (5-8 feet)

Light Exposure: 

  • Full sun (6 hrs direct light daily)

Soil Preference: 

  • Acid soil, 
  • Moist, well-drained soil


  • Occasional drought, 
  • Alkaline soil

Seasons of Interest: 

  • mid spring, 
  • late spring, 
  • early fall

Flower Color & Fragrance: 

  • Fragrant, 
  • Pink, 
  • Purple, 
  • White, 
  • Other

Shape or Form: 

  • Multi-stemmed, 
  • Oval, 
  • Upright

Growth Rate: 

  • Moderate