The Q&A Archives: Korean Lilac Bush

Question: How do I get a starting from a Korean Lilac bush?

Answer: Lilacs often produce suckers or shoots near the main stem of the shrub. The easiest way to get a new start is to dig up one of the suckers, roots and all. You can take tip cuttings in mid-summer, but these will need time to develop roots and years to become mature enough to flower. I'd vote for digging up a sucker!

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