Donald Wyman Lilac

According to many sources, the Donald Wyman Lilac is thought to be the fines lilac of them all. This beautiful plant features panicles of fragrant purple/pink flowers that bloom in late Spring. This lovely variety of lilac loves full sunlight and prefers well-drained soil to thrive in.

The Donald Wyman Lilac features fancy panicles of scented flowers that rise above the foliage in late Spring, keeps its forest green foliage throughout the season then turns a quaint buttery yellow in the Fall. The lilac is low maintenance and is an attractant to butterflies for your landscaped yard.

Donald Wyman Lilac should grow about 10 feet tall when mature. It regularly has a spread of 8 feet and tends to be a bit leggy with 3 feet of space from the ground to foliage. With ideal conditions, this lilac can satisfy its owners with about 30 years of beauty and is on sale this month at Heritage Hill Nursery. Start your relationship with one today.

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