Syringa Reticulata ( Japanese Tree Lilac ) - 10 Seeds Pack

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The common name for Syringa reticulata is Japanese Tree Lilac

Other Names -  Syringa amurensis ,  Amur lilac

  1. Botanical Introduction: Syringa reticulata, commonly known as Japanese Tree Lilac, is a deciduous flowering tree belonging to the olive family, Oleaceae.

  2. Native Habitat: Native to Japan, China, and Korea, Syringa reticulata is renowned for its ornamental value and has been widely cultivated in various parts of the world.

  3. Tree Size: This tree can grow up to 20 to 30 feet in height and spreads about 15 to 25 feet wide, forming a rounded crown.

  4. Distinctive Bark: One of its remarkable features is its attractive exfoliating bark, which peels away to reveal a mix of colors, including beige, brown, and gray.

  5. Flower Clusters: During late spring to early summer, Syringa reticulata produces large, creamy-white flower clusters known for their fragrance and ornamental appeal.

  6. Flower Structure: Unlike the typical lilac flower shape, the flowers of Syringa reticulata are panicle-like, consisting of many smaller individual blossoms tightly packed together.

  7. Fragrance: The blossoms emit a sweet, honey-like fragrance that attracts pollinators such as bees and butterflies, making it not only visually appealing but also ecologically valuable.

  8. Fall Interest: Apart from its spring and summer beauty, this tree offers ornamental interest in the fall as well. The foliage turns shades of yellow, adding warmth to the landscape.

  9. Adaptability: Syringa reticulata is known for its adaptability to a range of soil types and environmental conditions, making it a suitable choice for various landscaping projects.

  10. Urban Tolerance: Due to its hardiness and resistance to urban pollution, Japanese Tree Lilac is often planted in urban areas, parks, and along streets.

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