This marvelous new lilac is an instant favorite. Shrubs grow to only 4-5' tall and make terrific low hedges for tight borders. Mildew resistant leaves stay clean and pretty unlike those of old, leggy varieties. Substantial 4-5" clusters are intensely sweet-scented in soft lavender-pink. Plant in full to part sun in well-drained soil. Expect hordes of butterflies and birds. Very hardy and heat tolerant.
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Lilac, Tiny Dancer™
Dwarf, mildew resistant lilac.
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Rated 5 out of
Going into second season with this beauty!I bought this lilac two years ago and now getting ready for my second spring. It lasted are very hot gal is summer and never missed a beat. Can't wait to see The beautiful flowers it will produce this season! I will be ordering a second one today.
Date published: 2016-02-13
Rated 5 out of
Tolerates heatI Moved to the south and missed the smell of lilacs in the spring. I bought a Bloomerang, and it died quickly. I ordered a tiny dancer, and even though it's only one growing season old and hasn't bloomed yet, it's growing and green.