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Wagner Hodgson
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South Cove Residence
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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
t looks like a Syringa reticulata, or Japanese Tree Lilac. Amelanchiers are not very
“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
Japanese lilac tree surrounded by purple flowers, etc. It's growing
Love the taller purple miss kim syringa
“trees” — Oswaldo Herrera
Terra Rubina
1 Review
Formal in Noe Valley
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serviceberry (Amelanchier spp), cornelian cherry (Cornus mas, zones 5 to 8), lilac (Syringa spp) and viburnum are a few candidates for this application
serviceberry (Amelanchier spp), cornelian cherry (Cornus mas, zones 5 to 8), lilac (Syringa spp) and viburnum are a few candidates for this application.
trees or large shrubs: Japanese maple, serviceberry, cornelian cherry, lilac, viburnum.
serviceberry (Amelanchier spp), cornelian cherry (Cornus mas, zones 5 to 8), lilac (Syringa spp) and viburnum are a few candidates for this application.
“Beautiful garden screen; plush & green” — pattimchugh1
thirdstone inc. [^]
2 Reviews
SD House
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syringa reticulata (Japanese Tree Lilac) :: thirdstone inc. [^]
Hi amelieny1, The trees in the foreground are Japanese Tree Lilac (syringa reticulata) :: thirdstone inc. [^]
syringa reticulata (Japanese Tree Lilac)
Japanese Tree Lilac (Syringa Reticulata)
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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.
It is so beautiful - the lilac, the trees, the soothing 'greeness'
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)
be sure to select a "Southern bloomer" or one marked for warmer climates. Lilacs require full sun, and once they're established, they are quite easy to care
“Tree garden idea” — jackiebaumann
Pamela Bateman Garden Design
4 Reviews
Birthday Gardens
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Lilac - Frontyard Garage Screen 1.5M height
My lilacs started before my time...and timeless.
Syra - syringa vulgaris avalanche (lilas)
Le lilas commun, Syringa vulgaris Ses fleurs sont utilisées en infusions pour préparer des glaces
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
“Heaven!” — suz87
Dreamy Whites
Dreamy Whites
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Love lilacs n this looks like a casual wedding prep
Now I do understand that a lilac of one's own is not a possibility for everyone, for a number of reasons.
Must buy a lilac tree for my new garden...Lilacs of course!...Lilacs deco...Lilac plant...lilac trim...Lilacs and shabby...Love lilacs...I Love the Lilac Idea!...Jars, lilacs, bottles
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Stone Acorn Builders
11 Reviews
Maestro
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wall color- French lilac benjamin moore
BM French lilac paint...lilac walls...benj moore french lilac...French Lilac...French Lilac paint...lilac paint color...Paint color lilac...French Lilac 1403 Paint...Benjamin Moore 1403 French Lilac
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MRA Landscape
Outdoor Rooms
Ideabooks191
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moderate moisture needs would all be suitable companion plants. Think lilacs (Syringa spp), viburnums (Viburnumspp), spirea (Spirea spp), dwarf blue spruce
moderate moisture needs would all be suitable companion plants. Think lilacs (Syringa spp), viburnums (Viburnum spp), spirea (Spirea spp), dwarf blue spruce
“mature Catalpa” — psuggs
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