Just when you thought it couldn't get any better, you found one of the most delightful and beautiful lilac varieties in tree form! The Tree Form Dwarf Korean Lilac (Syringa meyeri tree form) looks like a ballerina with its thin single trunk holding up a tutu of fluffy purple flowers. These fragrant blooms are quite showy and come in a lovely soft lilac color.
The Tree Form Dwarf Korean Lilac boasts a pleasant fragrant scent that enchants both people and pollinators! Butterflies and other pollinators are drawn to these lovely blooms. And there are plenty of flowers from them to choose from. The Dwarf Korean Lilac produces breath-taking panicles of beautiful flowers in springtime.
When budding foliage first appears in spring, it's a rich burgundy color. This statuesque tree is trained to grow in a compact tree form. It shows off its rounded form atop a single trunk.
You'll want to show off this head-turning plant by keeping it as a yard specimen or container specimen. Despite its appearance, this elegant tree doesn't require much fuss or muss. It should be trimmed only after it has bloomed. It also thrives in partial shade or full sun and plenty of water.
This deciduous shrub is an early bloomer. It won't keep you waiting to show off your fine taste--it doesn't need to mature much before beginning to bloom.
This ornamental will add glamour as an accent or specimen. Don't miss your opportunity to enjoy this amazing plant!
|Botanical Name||Syringa meyeri|
|Mature Height||7 - 8 feet|
|Sun Exposure||Full Sun, Partial Shade|
|Growing Zone Range||3-7|