Pretty common lilac for spring
In pretty lilac colour, Syringa Michel Buchner is probably one of the most beautiful trees to flower in spring. Of course, we are talking about the noble lilac, which is also popularly known as the common lilac. With its enchanting blossoms, the lilac tree radiates all its charm. Not to be forgotten is the intense and lovely sweet fragrance that emanates from the small flowers. The scent of the lilac plant attracts bees and butterflies, which find their food here. Visually, the lilac fits into any garden. Along the garden fence, near the patio or along garden paths - the unpretentious tree blends harmoniously into the green ambience of the garden.
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Common lilacs are frequently encountered. And if you have not yet had the pleasure of having noble lilacs in your own garden, then you have missed this enchanting sight until now. The lilac tree, which originates from southern Europe, is an easy-care plant that reaches a height of between two and four metres over the years. Common lilac is known in the pink lilac colour and white, with the pink tone of the flowers being a wonderful play of colour. The beautiful flowers can be seen from afar and add cheerful splashes of colour to nature. Noble lilac is also very suitable in the vase. Depending on your preference, you can cut off a few branches and place them in the vase.
Why you should buy a lilac now
Lilac is particularly popular for low-maintenance gardens. It basically needs no care at all and does not necessarily need to be cut back. The heart-shaped leaves are deciduous and provide a pretty ornament in the garden even after the flowering period between May and June. Common lilac is undemanding when it comes to soil or location. A semi-shady to sunny position is ideal. Here in the sun it feels at home and develops beautifully. It is a good idea to plant Syringa Michel Buchner in a corner of the garden where it can be easily seen from a distance. Alternatively, common lilac is also suitable as a hedge plant. In this case we recommend planting three young plants per metre. The hardy plant does not need winter protection, cold and frost do not bother the lilac tree during the winter months.
The plants are grown in pots, so you can use them all year round.