|COMMON NAME||Manchurian Lilac|
|BOTANICAL NAME *||Syringa pubescens subsp. patula ‘Miss Kim’|
|ZONE||3 – 8|
|SIZE||Height: 4 – 9 ft. Spread: 5 – 7 ft. Have rarely seen this over 5 ft. Considered a dwarf type plant for a Lilac.|
|FOLIAGE||Medium green leaves. Deciduous. Will sometimes crisp up in August. Sometimes the foliage turns burgundy in fall, but frequently goes straight to brown.|
|FLOWER||Lilac pink panicles in May. Very fragrant. Excellent as cut flowers. Attracts Hummingbirds and Butterflies.|
|GROWING CONDITIONS||Tolerant of many soil types. Blooms best in Full Sun. Will tolerate light shade. Low maintenance. Resistant to powdery mildew.|
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