A hardy, compact growing small flowering tree. Begins flowering at a young age, blooming in early July in Northern climates. Ideal for uniform street planting.
Reddish brown, shinning bark when young. Flowers creamy white. Matures at 12-20' tall and 6-10' wide.
When it comes to pest and disease problems Syringa reticulata is said to be one of the most trouble-free lilac species available.
Note: All lilacs should be: generously manured, well mulched, and have well limed soils.