How big does a dwarf Bloomerang lilac get?

How big does a dwarf Bloomerang lilac get?

about 3 feet
Bloomerang Dwarf Purple Lilac grows to a height and diameter of about 3 feet. You can tuck it into nearly any space in your garden.

How tall does a Bloomerang lilac get?

4-6 feet tall
Bloomerang lilac trees are more compact than other lilacs, growing to a small stature of 4-6 feet tall with a 4-6 foot spread, giving them a pleasant, round shape. Their veined leaves are deep green for most of the year and turn yellow in fall and grow on long, arched branches.

Is a Bloomerang lilac a tree or a bush?

Bloomerang lilac reblooms on new growth, and light pruning and fertilizing encourages lots of that. Just after this dwarf shrub flowers, Bloomerang should be lightly pruned. It can also be deadheaded, which allows the plant to focus its energy on growth instead of producing seeds.

How tall does a dwarf lilac bush get?

4 to 5 feet tall
Generally it grows 4 to 5 feet tall and 5 to 7 feet wide, making it much smaller and denser than other lilac bushes, such as the common lilac, which can grow over 15 feet tall and become gangly.

Is Bloomerang lilac poisonous to dogs?

Many common plants contain cat poisons that can cause harm to your pet. While the common lilac plant (Syringa vulgaris), such as our Bloomerang® Dark Purple Lilac, is safe for all animals, the Persian lilac of the melia genus is very toxic for cats.

How do you care for a Bloomerang lilac?

Maintenance Notes: Plant only in full sun and well-drained soil; lilacs cannot tolerate soggy, wet conditions. The rebloom of Bloomerang lilac occurs on the new growth the plant creates after its spring bloom. For the best rebloom, it’s vital that the plant grows vigorously during late spring and early summer.

What is the smallest dwarf lilac?

Bloomerang® Dwarf Purple lilac naturally grows as a small, rounded shrub, at just about a third the size of conventional lilacs. It outperforms other lilacs with its perfectly purple blooms that cover the plant in late spring, then reappear throughout summer and fall.

What is the smallest lilac tree?

One of the most well-known of the compact shrubs is the Korean Dwarf lilac or Meyer lilac. This diminutive plant is a neat little shrub approximately 4 feet (1 m.) in height and 5 feet (1.5 m.)

Can you prune a Bloomerang lilac?

Bloomerang blooms on old and new wood and does not require pruning. You can remove the spent flowers after the spring bloom for a neater appearance, but it’s not essential.

How to plant, grow and care Bloomerang lilac trees?

– Each spring, apply a layer of compost under the plant, followed by mulch to retain moisture and control weeds. – Water during the summer if rainfall is less than 1 inch per week. – Lilacs won’t bloom if they’re overfertilized. – After your lilac bush has finished blooming, spread some lime and well-rotted manure around the base.

How to deadhead reblooming lilacs?

– This means you’ll be trimming the stem back beyond the flowered part, and all the way down to where side shoots are growing off. – If A long stem doesn’t have side shoots closer to the base, trim it back to the closest node or bud, where new shoots will sprout. – Tipping encourages lilacs to sprout new healthy, bushy growth near the cut.

Are there lilacs that bloom all summer?

Most lilacs will only bloom for a short time period in the spring. Common lilac has one of the longest and hardiest blooms. Long-lasting varieties of lilacs are called reblooming lilacs and can bloom for around six weeks through spring and summer.

Are there miniature lilacs?

Some varieties of dwarf lilac bloom with white flowers. Miniature white lilacs are a more subtle option if you are planting in a restricted area, or where your color theme does not include purple. Although miniature lilacs are not intrinsically rare, most of the miniature lilac varieties have purple, blue or pink flowers.