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www.springhillnursery.com/product/josee_reblooming_lilac_collection-syringa_josee

Plus, Josee is great for attracting colorful, beneficial wildlife to your property. Beautiful butterflies and pollinating bees can't resist the fragrant flowers. Like trees, lilac bushes can live for a number of years, so you may look forward to years of colorful blooms.

homeguides.sfgate.com/deadhead-reblooming-lilacs-72129.html

Reblooming lilacs (Syringa penda), such as “Bloomerang,” flower in the spring and then send out a smaller flush of flowers later in the summer, allowing you to enjoy the heady fragrance and ...

www.hunker.com/13428478/when-should-lilac-bushes-be-pruned

As the name implies, common lilacs (Syringa vulgaris, USDA zones 3 to 7) are the most common variety in the U.S.This variety blooms once in late spring -- specific dates differ by region. There are some reblooming varieties like the Josee lilac (Syringa 'Josee,' USDA zones 2 to 9) and the Bloomerang lilac (Syringa x 'Penda,' USDA zones 3 to 7).

www.bhg.com/gardening/trees-shrubs-vines/shrubs/lilac-bloomerang

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 flowers in bouquets.

www.naturehills.com/lilac-josee

Josee Lilac is a gorgeous, reblooming lilac. Its dwarf habit would make it a perfect choice for your small garden or even a large patio container. Planted in borders or as a mass planting, it would be a stunning addition to your yard. Your Josee Lilac is a relatively carefree ornamental shrub with exceptional features.

goofygardener.blogspot.com/2009/07/josee-lilac.html

Dwarf Lilac ; There are a zillion varieties of lilac out there, even in the dwarf category. After this weekend, I’m starting to wonder if we actually do have a Josee Lilac. The Josee Lilac was the first REBLOOMING lilac I had ever come across. That the thing about lilacs, when they bloom, they are gorgeous!

www.thespruce.com/pruning-lilacs-how-and-when-to-prune-lilacs-1403004

The pruning rule of thumb is to cut no more than 1/3 of a shrub's stems each year. That will help the plant rejuvenate, with new stems developing and older stems peaking and blooming. Your goal is to have a lilac bush with somewhere between 8 to 12 stems of various ages, but all should be between 1 to 2 inches in diameter.

www.gardenia.net/plant/Syringa-Josee

Syringa 'Josee' is a dwarf, reblooming lilac of compact, rounded habit. Heavenly scented, star-like lavender-pink flowers are on display over a long season. Blooming massively in late spring, the blossoms are so profuse that they literally cover the s

www.michiganbulb.com/product/josee-reblooming-lilac-62353

Josee Reblooming Lilac Enjoy the Spring Fragrance of Lilacs all Summer Long. Like the little engine that could, this amazing lilac just keeps going and going with spring's dramatic first blush of blooms followed by intermittent blooms all summer long. This low-maintenance, super-hardy variety is perfect for borders, hedges or as a stand-alone ...