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Hungarian lilac Overview
There are about 20 species of deciduous shrubs and trees, which are grown for their arching panicles of small, very fragrant blooms. They will bloom from mid-spring in shades of pale yellow, white, pinks, and purples. The leaves are grown in an opposite form.
How to propagate Hungarian lilac
You can propagate by simple layering, by suckering, by seed.
Softwood cuttings in summer.
Other uses of Hungarian lilac
Grown for their dense panicles of fragrant, small, tubular, bee and butterfly attracting flowers.