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Lilac 'Old Glory'

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 The Syringa x Hyacinthiflora 'Old Glory' - Old Glory Lilac welcomes a fresh heavenly scent to fill your garden! Old Glory Lilac is one of the few lilacs that stands up to the sweltering heat and humidity of the south. The deciduous, multi-stemmed shrub has a compact, rounded habit displaying thick, dark green foliage. Abundant showy, fragrant, bluish-purple flowers decorate the branches attracting butterflies, hummingbirds, and bees in spring. Not only are these flower clusters great to look at outside, but bring them in and place into a flower arrangement for home interior decorations.

 

Full sun to partial sun.

Attracts birds, bees and butterflies.

Purple flowers, non-fragrant


    This Old Glory ships in a 1 gallon pot
    Hybrid of Syringa ‘Charity’ and Syringa x hyacinthiflora ‘Pocahontas’

    Easy to care for and maintain

    Deciduous shrub with compact, rounded growth habit

    Stands up to sweltering heat and high humidity
    Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds

    Note: Images are of mature plants

    Botanical name: Syringa vulgaris

    Mature Size: 8'-10’ x 8'-10'

    Soil: Rich, fertile, well-drained

    Hardiness Zone: 5-9

    Sun Exposure: Full sun
    Characteristics: Deciduous shrub; thick, deep green foliage
    Growth Rate: Moderate
    Bloom: Showy, fragrant bluish-purple flowers in the spring
    Suggested Uses: Cutting garden, hedge, mass planting, privacy screen, urban garden, wildlife garden

    Requires at least 6-8 hours a day in order to bloom.

    Best to plant in late fall or early spring after last freeze. Will require more watering if planting during the warmer months.

    Allow at least 8' - 10'ft when planting for mature growth growth to avoid over crowding.

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    Hardiness zone for this plant: 5 - 9

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    Lilac 'Old Glory'

    The Syringa vulgaris (common lilac) naturally occurred on the mountains of Southeastern Europe, spreading throughout Western European gardens and eventually reaching North America in the 18th century. And explorers later sending home samples and seed of Syringa meyeri (Korean lilac) specimens discovered on their expeditions shedding a light on new species of lilacs. Their increase in popularity inspired European and American nurserymen and horticulturist to breed and collect cultivars with the brightest, largest, most colorful and strongly scented blooms.

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