The Q&A Archives: Blooming Of Lilac Shrubs

Question: How long before my new lilac shrubs begin blooming?

Answer: Old fashioned, traditional lilacs usually bloom at a young age. The smaller-leafed varieties, however, such as Persian Lilac may take five or six years before they bloom profusely. These also bloom a bit later in the season, maybe a week or two, than the traditional lilacs.

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