Dwarf Korean Lilac Tree

Dwarf Korean Lilac tree is a spring-flowering deciduous tree.  Dwarf Korean Lilac can be found in both a shrub and ornamental tree form.  This lilac naturally grows in a globe form and is resistant to powdery mildew.   This tree works well as an accent plant or a focal point of a landscape.  The flowers of this tree are quite fragrant and last for several weeks.  The foliage turns reddish in the fall when cooler temperatures set in.

Dwarf Korean Lilac Tree

Dwarf Korean Lilac

Dwarf Korean Lilac Tree

Syringa Meyeri ‘Palibin (tree form)’

Plant Details

Flower Color- Light purple

Foliage Color- Green

Zone- 3-7

Height- 7′

Spread- 4′

Light- Sun

Details- Late summer bloomer with strong, fragrant flowers.  The large lavender flower clusters decorate this shrub and increase its eye appeal.

Pruning-  Dwarf Korean Lilac trees should be pruned immediately after the plant is done blooming.  Removing old flower clusters will encourage new flowers to emerge.  Pruning at other times of the year will not hurt the plant, but it may reduce the amount of flowers for the next season.  Do not remove more than one-third of the plant during a pruning session.  Removing too much of the plant at one time may stress the plant.  These ornamental trees should be pruned in a globe form.

Other Lilac plant options.

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

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