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Japanese Tree Lilac

The Japanese Tree Lilac, Syringa reticulata, is a handsome, multi-stemmed, tree or large shrub that bears large creamy white flowers in large panicles in June and July. This is a clump form and will have multiple stems. Reddish-brown, cherry-like bark, and clean, dark green leaves enhance seasonal interest. Japanese Tree Lilac has spreading branches, developing a somewhat oval-rounded to vase-shaped crown. 2002 Iowa Tree of the Year. Lilacs need at least 6 hours of direct sunlight per day to produce flower buds. Too much nitrogen can lead to lush green foliage and fewer flower buds. Lawn fertilizer contains nitrogen, so avoid using it around the base of the lilac tree. Prune immediately after flowering to avoid removing flower buds. Water routinely to maintain a healthy and beautiful plant. Tree lilacs are dependable urban trees, including as parking lot or boulevard plantings, which tolerate a wide range of conditions.

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