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Fragrant blooms cover 4-6 ft shrubs. Exceptionally hardy.
Densely flowering 4-6 ft. shrubs produce an explosion of fragrant deep lavender-purple flowers in spring, and a steady show of blooms right up till frost. Exceptionally hardy reblooming lilac, arrayed with large, rounded, rich-purple inflorescences, makes the perfect landscape plant, attracting frequent butterfly visitors. Deer-resistant, easily managed shrubs prefer sunny locations with moist, well-drained soil.
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Lilac, Bloomerang Dark Purple PPAF is rated
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Rated 4 out of
Nice plants.....Received two plants in April and planted as directed - full sun, ground with good drainage. In about 4 months the small sprigs - maybe 5 inches above ground at planting - are now over 2 feet tall with over a dozen individual branches on each plant. No blossoms at this early stage (the only reason for a 4 and not 5 star ratting) but I am looking forward to spring 2018! 5 stars will be rated when I see and smell some fragrant blossoms. 8^)
Date published: 2017-08-24
Rated 1 out of
So disappointingI bought this lilac and was hoping for it to perhaps double in size by the end of the summer. Unfortunately after following all instructions it died within a month. I was also disappointed with the way it arrived. It was jammed in the box with the 3 ferns that I bought. They all looked awful when they arrived but I managed to nurse the ostrich ferns back to life but I couldn't save the lilac. I have received plants from other companies and their packing is much better and the plants arrived looking healthy. Probably won't buy from Burpee again.
Date published: 2017-08-19
Rated 5 out of
Mary Em from
Healthy, "Happy" Lilacs!I planted the Lilacs at the beginning of the season, and they're growing up slowly, but multiplying they're deep, dark green leaves at a good clip! I'm very happy with these young, healthy Lilac plants.
Date published: 2017-07-15
Rated 4 out of
Must like the spot plantedI got three last year. Planted each one in a different location around the patio. The one that did the best is the one in full sun in a large planter. It is now two feet around (I've been pruning all of them to get them to fill in and keep a nice shape) and it is about to have many multiple blooms. That one is just beautiful. The next best is about a foot round and is in partial sun by house foundation no blooms on this one. The third is only about six inches around and is in full sun in an open garden. No blooms on that one either. I am going to replant the puny one into a planter on the southern side of the house and see if it likes it. I cant wait for the blooms to open. In all fairness to the others the one in the planter gets the most fussed over (water, fed more,pruned more, etc) because its right in the middle of the patio. Conclusion, this plant likes attention and is fussy about location. I think it will be worth it. I would buy more if I had correct spots to put them. I will give it another star if when those blooms open it smells as nice as I'm hoping.
Date published: 2017-05-08
Rated 4 out of
Easy to plantI purchased three of these plants two years ago and two of them are still going strong. The third one made it through the first Colorado winter but did not survive a couple of late frosts. I agree with the other reviewers that the plants are small and will take some time to get larger. But both are blooming this year. And for me, the advantage to a small plant was digging holes in the clay soil to plant them in the first place. Larger plants are nearly impossible for me to plant on my own without borrowed muscle.
Date published: 2017-04-24
Rated 1 out of
Hasn't grown an inchPlanted upon arrival months ago--hasn't grown an inch--pretty much waste of money
Date published: 2016-09-17
Rated 2 out of
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undecidedI bought 3 plants in spring. I was surprised how small they
where upon arrival. 2 of the 3 plants seem to be doing ok.
The 3rd is just surviving. Hope they survive the winter and
show some color next year.
Date published: 2016-09-15
Rated 3 out of
I love lilacsI bought 3 bushes back in May 2016. There was a discount special or free shipping, I can't remember which. The plants took about 3-4 weeks to receive, even though I ordered it when my zone was in shipping ready.
The plants I ordered did not have measurements on the website when I ordered them, so I wasn't sure what size they would be. When I received them, they were only about 3-4 inches high, much smaller than I thought they would be.
They were packaged wonderfully and since planting them and having them grow for 3 months, they do look beautiful still and one of the plants actually flowered!!
I do wish the plants were bigger because I think it will be years before they really grow....so if you can wait years for them to grow, its a great investment. Otherwise I'd suggest just buying lilac bushes at a local farm/market where you live.