Don't settle for lilacs that bloom just once a year - get Bloomerang ® lilac and enjoy months of blooms instead of just weeks.. Bloomerang Purple lilac is the original reblooming lilac. It blooms in spring along with other lilacs, takes a brief rest to put on new growth, then blooms again from mid-summer through fall.
A dwarf lilac like Bloomerang Dwarf Purple offers a lot of versatility in the landscape. Plant it lining a walkway, under windows, as a low hedge, or anywhere you want color and fragrance with minimal care.
Many reblooming lilacs range in color from pale pink to magenta, which makes the lilac tone of Bloomerang a rarity—and extremely popular. The purple flower hue of these shrubs also darkens in color in summer and fall. Like other lilacs, the Bloomerang blooms are scented and make for good cut ...
The luxurious Common Purple Lilac (also known as Syringa 'Penda') is known for its beautiful blooms and fragrant scent. This gorgeous plant reaches a mature height and width of 4-5 ft and is grown best in USDA growing zones 3-7.
Enjoy classic Lilac fragrance for months instead of weeks! This revolutionary new type of lilac blooms in spring, and after a short rest during the heat of summer, it flowers again, right up until frost.
Enjoy Lavender-Pink Fragrant Flowers for Months! The Bloomerang Lilac is one of the most productive and consistent, re-blooming Lilacs. Most Lilacs range in color from pink to red-purple making the color of the Bloomerang quite unusual and very popular.&
Bloomerang Dark Purple Reblooming Lilac blooms in spring like traditional lilacs, then reblooms in summer and will add beauty and fragrance to gardens from spring to fall.
Everyone loves lilac blossoms, a high-point of the spring garden, and now you can enjoy that thrill twice a year, with the Purple Bloomerang Lilac.
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I LOVE lilac, but didn't feel the short period of bloom would justify having them in my garden. So last spring I bought 4 of these out of curiosity as I've never seen a reblooming lilac.