Japanese tree lilac


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Synonyms for Japanese tree lilac

small tree of Japan having narrow pointed leaves and creamy-white flowers

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Though the species is generally less winter-hardy than the closely related Japanese tree lilac, certain seed sources have been hardy in Minnesota.
The free service from the Morton Arboretum Plant Clinic, which starts its email with "We're sorry to hear about the loss of your tree," suggests we consider a Norwegian Sunset Maple, a Frans Fontaine European hornbeam, a Japanese tree lilac or a Shawnee Brave baldcypress.
The Japanese Tree Lilac, Syringa reticulata, grows upright to 20 feet tall with either single or multiple trunks that are clothed with smooth, reddish cherry-like bark.
In early summer, Plant Clinic Manager Doris Taylor recommends checking out the Japanese tree lilac, planted throughout the parking lot.
Large clusters of small creamy-white fragrant flowers that bloom later in the spring are the standout feature of the Japanese tree lilac.
Large clusters of small creamy-white fragrant flowers that bloom later in the spring are the standout feature of the Japanese tree lilac. This small- to medium-sized tree is best in full sun and attracts the attention of insect pollinators as well as butterflies and hummingbirds.
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