Botanical Name: Syringa vulgaris 'Primrose'
Height: 8 - 10 feet.
Spacing: 8 - 10 feet.
Depth: Set at same soil level as planted in container, firm soil and water thoroughly.
Spread: 6 - 8 feet.
Sun/Shade: Full sun.
Color: Pastel-yellow blossoms. (primrose lilac). Fragrant.
Foliage: Medium matte green, heart-shaped foliage. Deciduous.
Form: Upright, uneven line.
Flower Form: Single flower.
Soil Requirements: Well-drainedl soil high in organic matter.
Growth Rate: Medium growth rate. Fast once established.
Pruning: Old flowers should be pruned after flower blossoms fade.
Size: 1/8 - 1/4 inches long.
Comments: If heavy clay, mix in sand and compost or composted manure. If planted in the Fall, apply 2 inches of mulch or compost the first Winter, remove when first Spring growth appears. Growth: fast once established. After first year, grows 12 - 24 inches per year. Blossoms when approximately 4 feet tall. Uniqueness: Originally introduced by Wayside Gardens in 1949. Unique color in lilacs. Handsome and compact, covering itself with large panicles of flowers that become richer with age. The best color shows after 5 years. Not as intense in warmer zones. Improved look if dead headed after flowering. Tissue-culture. Will not bloom in zones 8A and South. RESTRICTED STATES, AE, AK, GU, HI, PR.
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