1,944 lilacs Home Design Photos

Rocco Fiore & Sons, Inc
Lake Forest Estate
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What kind of lilac is that, I love the height
Miss Kim Lilac grafted to a standard tree stock.
If you would like to add a lilac to your garden — and I hope you do — there are infinite possibilities. Lilacs thrive in USDA
Dwarf lilac is very nice. Put in a special location.
Lilac (dog friendly, 8-10', shrub border, also in a vine - trellis)
If you would like to add a lilac to your garden — and I hope you do — there are infinite possibilities. Lilacs thrive in USDA zones 3 to 9 (find your zone). If you're in zones 8 or 9, be sure to select a "Southern bloomer" or one marked for warmer climates. Lilacs require full sun, and once they're
“Underplantins” — ianlamers
Pamela Bateman Garden Design
4 Reviews
Birthday Gardens
Ideabooks440
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Lilac shrubs have a great scent.
Southern Bloom lilacs - for warmer climates :)
Love lilacs and the color against the green.
My lilacs started before my time...and timeless.
The common lilac isn't the most attractive shrub, and it takes up a lot of space. To me it's more than worth it; of course, I have room for it. Fortunately, there are so many varieties available in various colors and sizes and with staggered bloom times. My goal is to add several more varieties so that
“Lilas (Syringa)” — Vanesssa Cottin
Dreamy Whites
Dreamy Whites
Ideabooks4,263
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I live in FL miss Lilacs!
purple lilacs are beautiful. Maybe put those flowers in a bouquet in the house in the kitchen.
going to get weather wise in April, but by early to mid-May, when the lilacs are blooming, you can be assured it's finally spring. Ironically, the hard winters and long dormancy provide what lilacs need. It's commonly thought that lilacs can't survive in warmer climates because of the heat, but it's the
didn't know her all that well but impulsively promised to bring her some because the thought of someone missing lilacs altogether was an unthinkable thought. The night before the conference, my lilacs were at their peak, and I dropped off a beautiful bouquet at her hotel.In Michigan spring can be so capricious
“Are the walls grey or lavender?” — sociomama
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Wagner Hodgson
5 Reviews
South Cove Residence
Ideabooks2,908
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It looks like a Syringa reticulata, or Japanese Tree Lilac. Amelanchiers are not very drought tolerant but Syringas are.
That is a Japanese Lilac Tree. The grass is Morning Light Miscanthus....
Is it an ivory silk lilac or a japanese lilac?Thanks.
Japanese lilac tree surrounded by purple flowers, etc. It's growing on me.
Japanese Lilac tree purple plant = salvia
Westphalen Photography” “Japanese Tree Lilac. Amelanchiers are not very drought tolerant but Syringas are.” “What type of tree is in the fore front? so pretty in bloom” “Lilac Tree. The grass is Morning Light Miscanthus....”
t looks like a Syringa reticulata, or Japanese Tree Lilac. Amelanchiers are not very drought tolerant but Syringas are.”
“Crepe myrtle” — Julie Obuszewski-Braden
Jeff Hausman
Toyon Road Idea Photos
Ideabooks530
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The lushness of the lilac tree contrasting with the red wall background
California lilac shrub for color- love the blue not pink
FALL GARDEN 2013 Mountain Lilac is uberversatile. From subtle and sublime to loud and attention stealing, Mountain Lilac does it all. This Ceanothus was given a custom haircut and a splashy backdrop — talk about drama!
CALIFORNIA LILAC TREE, SEVERE PRUNING TURNED IT LIKE THIS
Mountain Lilac is uberversatile. From subtle and sublime to loud and attention stealing, Mountain Lilac does it all. This Ceanothus was given a custom haircut and a splashy backdrop — talk about drama!
10. CeanothusCommonly known as Californian lilac, this pretty shrub comes in many forms from miniature to those that grow to over two metres tall (above). From late spring to summer the shrubs produce masses of blue or pink flowers
“Purple tree” — eileenlesley
Dreamy Whites
Dreamy Whites
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Must buy a lilac tree for my new garden
lilacs in a cup - how wonderful for a tea party ; )
Love lilacs n this looks like a casual wedding prep
It's impossible to arrange lilacs unattractively
The beautiful, yet simplistic way the lilacs are displayed in large and small vessels
Now I do understand that a lilac of one's own is not a possibility for everyone, for a number of reasons. If this is you I recommend throwing yourself into the arms of charity. Use
“White!” — Melissa Mckissack
Stone Acorn Builders
10 Reviews
Maestro
Ideabooks2,790
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wall color- French lilac benjamin moore
benj moore french lilac
French Lilac 1403 paint
Benjamin Moore 1403 French Lilac
paint color--BM french lilac
BM French lilac paint
French Lilac 1403 Paint
Benjamin Moore 1403 French Lilac
French Lilac...French Lilac paint...lilac paint color...Paint color lilac...lilac walls
“kids bedroom idea” — danmac1234
Powell Gardens, Kansas City's Botanical Garden
Magnolia stellata (Star magnolia)
Ideabooks1,193
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orange, lilac, gardenia and star magnolia
Sweet-scented shrubs and small trees can also perfume the walkway. Excellent candidates include mock orange, lilac, gardenia and star magnolia (shown).
can also perfume the walkway. Excellent candidates include mock orange, lilac, gardenia and star magnolia (shown).
sweet scented shrubs and small trees can perfume the walkway. Consider: Mock orange, lilac, gardenia, and star magnolia (shown)
include mock orange, lilac, gardenia and star magnolia (shown).
Sweet-scented shrubs and small trees can also perfume the walkway. Excellent candidates include mock orange, lilac, gardenia and star magnolia
mock orange, lilac, gardenia and star magnolia
Smells good, tobacco flower, lavender spicy dianthus and heliotrope with vailla or cherry scent. Also mock orange (mini size for us) like lilac and gardenia and star
“star magnolia” — leslielierly
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