Bloomerang* Dark Purple Lilac

Here is something interesting. The Bloomerang* Dark Purple Lilac. That is a mouthful! It is also full of brilliance and color. Just as the name suggests, the blooms come out in Spring then go away only to return in the Summer and into the Fall. It provides a most enjoyable color blast through nearly 3 seasons. It is like a boomerang; it keeps coming back.

This lilac has lovely green foliage added with the returning bright purple blooms that repeat through the seasons. The Bloomerang* Dark Purple Lilac does well as a property edger, a dress up for that garage or shed wall or even does great in potted areas around the patio. Did we mention that it attracts hummingbirds, bees, and butterflies? It is like a fireworks display that will not end!

It grows 4 to 6 feet high with a mature spread of 4 to 6 feet. It is a great addition to your yard and property and a delight to view. Add one to your project today from Heritage Hill Nursery and see that it is on sale for the month of July.

* Bloomerang is a registered trademark.

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