lilac tree pruning

Dwarf Korean Lilac Tree

The Dwarf Korean Lilac is a single trunk dwarf tree.  The prolific blooms are highly fragrant and a light lilac in color. This tree is a beautiful accent plant and  it is smothered in stunning panicles of fragrant flowers  in late spring.

Dwarf Korean Lilac tree

The Dwarf Korean Lilac is a  lollipop-shaped tree that will grace your entryway garden,  can be planted around your patio or can be used in a formal setting or anchoring a cottage garden.   A matching pair will elegantly frame a garden gate, a pathway, or your front door.  Dwarf Korean Lilacs bloom a bit later than common lilacs and has wavy, nickel-sized leaves that won’t mildew like some lilacs will. While only blooming for a few weeks in late spring, once the blooms have gone this tree will provide a look that will complement your landscape all year.

This is our Dwarf Korean Lilac at our home – just a few feet from the front door.  The birds love it all year and the fragrance of the flowers is incredible for these few weeks.  Walking past it makes you want to stop and pull up a chair and just sit for awhile!

We have a limited number of  Dwarf Korean Lilac trees available in two sizes – a smaller size #10 container for $189 and a larger tree in a #25 container that is absolutely gorgeous and will provide definite impact right away for $299.  

Maintenance?   Once every few years, we prune ours back to contain its size in the location we have it.  In a garden set away from the buildings – you may never want to prune yours.  Mature height is approximately 8′ -10′ and width of about 8′.