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Springhill Nursery - Lilac, Primrose

Lilac, Primrose

The rare, soft yellow Primrose Lilac is much sought after, yet seldom found. Beautiful springtime blooms in a delicate shade of soft yellow make this lilac truly unique. Improved plants are carefree and vigorous, requiring very little maintenance. Elegant, heart-shaped leaves make the perfect backdrop for the intensity fragrant blossoms. Reaches a height of 8-10', spreads 10-12'. Primrose Lilac is ideal for bushy hedges or small flowering trees.

Shipped in 4" pot. Deer tend to avoid.

Syringa vulgaris 'Primrose'

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