Miss Kim Lilac

Miss Kim Lilac is a spring-flowering deciduous shrub.  This plant produces purple buds that emerge into large flower clusters in the spring.  The flowers of this shrub are very fragrant and can be smelt when there is a slight breeze.  The foliage of this shrub turns dark red to orange in the fall.  This shrub can be installed as a stand alone plant or in a small hedge.  Miss Kim Lilac prefers partial shade to full sun exposure.  This lilac can grow up to eight feet tall and wide when it is fully mature.  Miss Kim Lilac has great resistance to powdery mildew.

Miss Kim Lilac

Miss Kim Lilac Flowers

Miss Kim Lilac

Syringa Pubescens Subsp. Patula ‘Miss Kim’

Plant Details

Flower Color- Light pink to purple.

Foliage Color- Green

Zone- 3-7

Height- 6′-8′

Spread- 6′-8′

Light- Sun

Details- Miss Kim Lilac boasts large fragrant flower clusters in the spring.  This lilac blooms later in the season than most other lilac varieties.

Pruning-  Pruning should be done immediately after flowering.  If you prune later in the season, you will cut buds off and reduce the amount of flowers that your plant will produce next season.

Other Lilac plant options.

  • Angel White Lilac
  • Big Blue Lilac
  • Charles Joly Lilac
  • Chinese Lilac
  • Dark Star California Lilac
  • Declaration Lilac
  • Dwarf Korean Lilac
  • Lavender Lady Lilac
  • President Lincoln Lilac
  • Red Wine Lilac
  • Sensation Lilac
  • Ice Chip Summer Lilac