How do you treat a lilac sensation?

How do you treat a lilac sensation?

Syringa vulgaris ‘Sensation’ Lilacs are generally a forgiving bunch, tolerant of roadside sites and neglect. CareGrow in reasonably fertile, well-drained soil in full sun; prefers neutral to slightly alkaline soil. Promptly deadhead spent blossoms to produce more robust blooms for the following year.

How big do sensation lilacs get?

10 ft. tall
Syringa vulgaris ‘Sensation’

Botanical Pronunciation sih-REEN-gah vul-GAIR-iss
Average Size at Maturity Moderate growing; reaches 10 ft. tall, 6 ft. wide.
Bloom Time Spring

How fast do sensation lilacs grow?

1-2 feet a year
It has continuously grown 1-2 feet a year.

What is PJM rhododendron?

PJM Group is a series of rhododendron hybrids that resulted from crosses between R. carolinianum and R. dauricum var. sempervirens. These hybrids are compact, rounded, small-leaved, evergreen shrubs that generally grow to 3-6′ tall and are noted for having exceptional winter hardiness.

Is sensation lilac patented?

In 1954 Maarse patented his plant in the USA, (PP# 1,242) at a time when it was still very unusual to patent plants. This plant has remained the only white-edged lilac flower known, so you will be growing a unique plant when you plant this beautiful shrub.

How fast does Lavender Lady lilac grow?

Big flowering trees can take many years to reach the size you were hoping for, but Lavender Lady grows in just a few years to 10-12′ tall. It’s also so easy to care for once it establishes, becoming drought tolerant.

Are sensation Lilacs deer resistant?

Create a sensation in your yard with the Sensation Lilac. Sensation is smaller than most lilacs growing to a mature height of 10-15′ with a spread of 10-12′. Can be planted in full sun or partial shade. Attracts butterflies, deer resistant, good for cutting.

What is a PJM Bush?

Highly popular in North America and exceptionally cold hardy, Rhododendron ‘PJM Elite’ is a vigorous and showy evergreen shrub. These hybrids are vigorous, compact, rounded, small-leaved evergreen shrubs that are noted for their exceptional winter hardiness. Grows with a dense rounded habit, up to 5-6 ft.

What is the difference between a rhododendron and an azalea?

Rhododendrons produce large, bell-shaped flowers in clusters whilst azaleas blooms are smaller and either tubular or funnel-shaped. Like traditional rhododendrons they have large leaves and large flowers held in trusses, some of which are scented, making them ideal as flowering hedge or foundation plants.

Do lilacs lose their leaves in the winter?

Lilacs are deciduous (they lose their leaves in the winter) and to facilitate their dormancy, we start reducing their water intake in September and by Halloween we have altogether stopped watering. Around Halloween or thereafter, we usually receive our first frost and the lilacs drop their leaves for winter.

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