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Late April is here and so is lilac time. Syringa vulgaris, the common lilac is the first and earliest in the parade. Without a doubt these are also the best in the parade. The common lilacs and their many hybrids have the best fragrance, some of the largest flowers, and are perhaps the most vigorous and easiest to grow.Plant lilacs growing in containers in the spring or fall. Field dug, or balled and burlapped plants should be planted in the spring at bud break. Choose plants grown on their own roots. Lilacs need room to grow, so allow a distance of 10 - 15 feet between plants if distinctly separated plants are the goal. If grove planting or a hedge is the idea, tighten them up to 6 feet apart or so. Common lilacs normally produce many suckers from the roots and will naturally form colonies. Select a site in full sun with good air circulation. Lilacs thrive in well drained soils with a pH around 7. Compost or well rotted manure applied (2 inches +/-) and scratched in at planting…See More
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