Dwarf Standard Lilac
 
 

Dwarf Standard Lilac - Tree

Syringa meyeri 'Palibin'  

Fragrant And Richly Flowering

The Dwarf Standard Lilac (Syringa Meyeri 'Palibin') will surprise you with its delightfully scented flowers year after year. It will make a dramatic display planted singly on the lawn or in the border. Another possibility is to plant it in a pot or planter for an eye-catching feature. Flowers in May to June and a second time in August - September. Height of stem approx. 60 cm.
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Make sure the root ball of Dwarf Standard Lilac is well-moistened by soaking it in a bucket of lukewarm water before planting. Prepare a suitable hole in humus-rich soil. Plant the root ball of the Dwarf Standard Lilac at the appropriate depth in the hole. The top of the root ball should be just slightly below ground level. Fill the hole with soil and press firmly. Water immediately after planting. Place this tree in a sheltered spot with full sun or light shade.

Dwarf Standard Lilac makes a great pot plant

The fragrant flower clusters of 'Palibin' form a canopy over the whole bush, therefore a good choice is to plant it in a nice decorative flower pot for the patio. Use a large pot to prevent the tree trunk from falling over. Make sure there are holes in the base to allow for adequate drainage.

This very popular lilac blooms in May-June. Although the regular species can be quite large, Syringa meyen 'Palibin' is not more than 1.5 metres. The pink flower clusters exude a wonderful fragrance. This lilac grows wild within many parts of southern Europe. Did you know that the lilac tree belongs to the olive family?

Water your Dwarf Standard Lilac regularly, especially when grown in a pot, as it doesn't like dry soil. In fact, water it more often during dry periods. Cover the soil around the tree with a layer of compost and fertilize it early in the spring.

The Dwarf Standard Lilac needs to be pruned

After flowering, prune the branches of the Dwarf Standard Lilac while leaving its young side shoots to bloom, the next spring. Remove suckers growing from the roots.


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Growth height: 150 cm

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