Japanese Tree Lilac - a wonderful ornamental tree! It's tough as nails. We have three of these trees planted here at home. One out in our meadow which has been there for many years, and we have two new ones in our yard - … Continue Reading ››
"A Tough Tree for Tough Soils"
Here in southern Minnesota many homeowners have had frustrations with trying to get trees to grow well in poor quality soils especially clay soils. Japanese Tree Lilacs produce lovely white to creamy white blossoms in mid to late June, and have … Continue Reading ››
In mid to late June, Japanese Tree Lilacs put on a really nice show with their large cone shaped creamy white blossoms that are also very fragrant. I love Japanese Tree Lilacs not only because they have lush, large … Continue Reading ››
Japanese Tree Lilacs are now showing large, lacy white blossoms that seem to float on the edges of the trees, even as they infuse the air with a sweet and rich fragrance. While the blossoms of most other lilacs are at their best in … Continue Reading ››
Among the hardiest and toughest of ornamental trees, the Japanese Tree Lilacs are now forming blossoms and will be soon displaying their large airy flower clusters that are not only very showy, but also extremely fragrant. Excellent varieties of Japanese Tree Lilac are available … Continue Reading ››