With the beautiful purple, pink and white flowers, this Syringa mix is guaranteed to create a romantic atmosphere in the garden! The lilac is related to the olive and originates from Southeastern Europe. The ornamental shrub can be perfectly used as a shrub border and can be combined well with other shrubs. They are in full bloom between May and June and can grow up to 3 meters high.
This mix contains the following 3 varieties: Syringa Ludwig Späth, Syringa Michel Buchner and Syringa Mme Lemoine.
- Syringa Ludwig Spath
The Ludwig Speath is a medium-sized ornamental shrub with beautiful purple-red flowers that bloom from May to June. The flowers are not only beautiful, they also smell wonderful. This Syringa owes its name to a Berlin tree nursery. The Ludwig Späth prefers moist, well-drained soil and is a real sun worshipper. The Ludwig Späth is very hardy and deciduous.
- Syringa Michel Buchner
The Syringa vulgaris Michel Buchner has a bushy, broad upright growth of a medium size. This lilac has special heart-shaped leaves and grows beautiful double flowers in a deep lilac pink to lilac blue color that smells delicious. The flowering period is May to June. The Michel Buchner is also a sun worshiper and needs at least 5 to 6 hours of sun per day to flower profusely.
- Syringa Mme Lemoine
The Syringa Mme Lemoine has white, fragrant flowers. The special lilac with its upright panicles with small, white double flowers is the best-known white lilac variety and still immensely popular. The Syringa Mme Lemoine prefers a sunny spot.
The lilac is hardy and loses its leaves in the fall. It prefers to be in the sun or partial shade. The shrubs will flower very profusely in a sunny position. The lilac makes few demands on the soil type. Cut the shrub into shape after flowering, cut off shoots and remove old branches immediately, so that new shoots receive sufficient light and space.
Plant on delivery
The Lilacs are delivered with a height of 30-40cm (this is measured including the pot). These hardy garden plants are supplied in pots with a diameter of 17 cm.
Please note: the Syringa is a deciduous shrub, during the autumn and winter it is supplied without leaves. Only in warm spring will the plant develop new leaves.