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Snowy Beach Party Lilac

Undemanding Bloomer!


Incredibly easy to grow and maintain, this new lilac exhibits exceptional garden performance as well as outstanding cold hardiness and mildew resistance. Plus, thanks to its low chill factor, it will grow and thrive in southern areas of the country—reliably flowers in zones 9 and 10. A truly beautiful plant, this bush-type lilac grows 8-12' tall with a 6-8' spread, making it an ideal specimen plant or hedge variety. Big, intensely fragrant panicles burst with snow-white florets in mid to late spring. Tolerant of many soil types, it needs only a well-drained site to thrive. This lovely lilac was discovered 50 years ago by Nellis McNeil of Armstrong Nurseries in California, and remains a popular variety to this day. Hardy in Zones 4-10.
  • Zone 4-10
  • Height 8-12 feet
  • Light Required full sun

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  • Botanical Name: Syringa vulgaris 'Snowy Beach Party'
  • Height: 8-12 feet
  • Depth: Plant at the same depth it is in the container.
  • Spread: 6-8 feet
  • Sun/Shade: full sun
  • Color: white
  • Foliage: deciduous, smooth textured
  • Form: compact rounded growth habit
  • Soil Requirements: Well-drained, humus enriched soil.
  • Growth Rate: Moderate once established which takes approximately 3 - 4 weeks
  • Pruning: Plan to prune your lilacs at the end of the bloom season, which occurs in late summer. Pruning too late will result in a reduction of blooms in the next season. Pruning too early will lessen the amount of time you have to enjoy your bush or tree during the lilac season. Reach into the bush and clip a few larger stems to allow more sunlight to reach the inside layers. Prune dead or unhealthy-looking stems. These are stems that are broken, withered and often hanging haphazardly on the tree. Trim b
  • Comments: mildew resistant

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