Blooming Of Lilac Shrubs - Knowledgebase Question

New York City, NY
Question by nybadboybx
April 15, 2000
How long before my new lilac shrubs begin blooming?

Answer from NGA
April 15, 2000


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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