Assorted Lilacs

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'Monique Lemoine'

The flowers are pure white, fully double (hose-in-hose) and fragrant. A very vigorous grower, this is an important trait for a white lilac. Father Fiala described this lilac as "very fine and showy". (Lemoine 1939)
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'Mt. Baker'

Syringa Ă— hyacinthiflora An early blooming hybrid producing fragrant individual white flowers. Its height is about 8' by about 10' wide.
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Old Glory

Dark, blue-purple, fragrant flowers with fuller, more rounded habit than Declaration (p. 4).
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'Pocohontas'

Flowers bloom on the reddish purple, and open into a violet. For most of the season it provides healthy green foliage. Then foliage turns into a yellow-red color before falling.
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President Lincoln

For many years this lilac was considered the bluest lilac
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Red Roth Magensis

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'Rochester'

A white flowering lilac with doubling florets on some. Has the fragrance come to expect from (Syringa vulgaris) and has an established dramatic flare.
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'Sister Justina'

Eric Welzel sent this plant to us. He said we really needed to propagate 'Sister Justina' because it just wasn't available and is an exceptional lilac. This is a compact, fragrant, heavy blooming single white lilac. (Skinner 1956)
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