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Lilacs are species of flowering woody plants within the olive family, native to eastern Asia and southeastern Europe. These shrubs or small trees have deep green leaves and flowers, normally purple in color.
Answer Yes! They go perfect together, silver goes with a lot of colors and lilac certainly is one of them. also that is what she said last night
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Dwarf Lilac bush I have the same problem. I have lost one dwarf lilac bush all ready and now it looks like the one next to it is starting to die. I was told the first one that died had Gurgling (sp) root disease. The root starts to wrap around itself and chokes off the other roots. Has anyone hea…
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Answer Knowing when to trim lilac bushes is important. Most lilacs don't require pruning until they reach about six to eight feet tall. The best time for pruning lilac bushes is right after their flowering has ceased. This allows new shoots plenty of time to develop the next season of blooms. Pru…
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light purple
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hyacinth? I believe they might be looking for Hydrangeas. Hyacinths grow from bulbs. The blooms do resemble a lilac on a stalk, but hydrangeas grow on bush as a lilac, but produce a compact ball of lilac-like blooms.
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Lilacs are any of various plants of the genus Syringa having large panicles of unusually fragrant flowers. Lilac is also a color that is a pale shade of violet. it might also be described as light purple.
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Adelaide Dunbar is a lilac bush that is beautifully fragrant and generally disease-free. But the woody plants in question (Syringa spp) all react sensitively to other than proper drainage, heat, light, moisture, nutrients, and pest control.
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Fuchsia is the name of a flower that is a reddish-purple color. The color fuchsia is also commonly known as magenta.
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Lilacs are not long lasting cut flowers, however you can improve their shelf life. Bring in the cut stems and re-cut the stems while immersing the bottom tip in a bowl of soapy water. This help reduce the surface friction and get the stem taking up water again. They have a tough woody stem. Cut t…
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You can trim the tree when the bloom is over and before it sheds its leaves. In the spring, the best time is after the last frost. Water and feed the tree.
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after lilac blooms have died and dried, this is the time to prune
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sure, they smell nice Or There was an old belief that rosemary would only grow in the garden of a strong-willed woman. Lilacs were at one time associated with death and graveyards.
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The species is cornutia gradifolia, originates in Costa Rica. many nurseries that deal in shrubs will bw able to help or refer you.
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Lilacs are purple flowers associated with the "language of flowers". They symbolize the emotions of early love. The color lilac is associated with mourning. Black was worn in some countries to symbolize death. After a year of mourning, the key mourners, such as the widow, could switch to lilac for c…
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they just grow somewhere i don't know I'm trying to find out the answer too
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ANSWER: Blooming Idiots. The Bloom Room. Beauty and common scents. Grandma's Yard.
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New lilac bushes don't require maintenance pruning until they are about 6 - 8' tall. The time to prune mature lilac plants is just after the flowers have faded. They set the next season's flower buds almost immediately, so late pruning will mean sacrificing next year's flowers. Pruning early also gi…
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LILACS IN BLOOM, RAREST PERFUME TELLS ME THAT WAITING IS ENDED SPRINGTIME IS HERE SOON YOU'LL BE NEAR WHEN ALL OUR HEARTACHES ARE MENDED ONCE MORE IN HAPPIEST PLACES CLOSE IN MY ARMS' FOND EMBRACES JANNEANE I DREAM OF LILAC TIME YOU EYES THEY GLEAM IN LILAC TIME YOUR WINNING SMILE AND CHEEK…
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It was written by Walt Whitman to mourn the assassination of President Lincoln. Sic transit tyrannis! ; When lilacs last in the dooryard bloom'd, ; And the great star early droop'd in the western sky in the night, ; I mourn'd, and yet shall mourn with ever-returning spring. ; Ever-returning sprin…
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We'll, you can never know where Bailey is! She can be all over Lilac Isle, so look around and you'll find her. If you really are having trouble and you're searching for what seems to be forever, kindly ask in global chat if someone could map her for you. They will understand, I'm sure it's happened…
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Lilac is a shrub or small tree which carries panicles of scented flowers in May or June in the Northern Hemisphere. It goes under the Latin name of Syringa.
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Syringa vulgaris.
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The Lilac Bush is an angiosperm.
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Purple and white.
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The niche of syringa vulgaris (Lilac flower) is to look pretty in the wild when none other beauty is to be found. It is also to produce pollen so that we can grow other crops and harvest them properly. Without the flowers and such, we would have died out years ago. We cannot live on plants alone, no…
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Hmmm...definitely not maroon, - that is quite dark, almost like a burgundy. Lilac is quite a pale purple and I'm not really sure about musk, I'm sorry. Hopefully that helps a little bit, lol!
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Rosemary is thought to increase longevity and memory. But, because smells can help us remember things and Rosemary has such a strong, distinct smell, those assumptions probably came about before the smell/memory study was done. =)It's a GREAT herb! Smells good, tastes great with poultry, and is real…
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What kind of animals are we talking about here!!?!
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It is same in English. As it is not a word but a plant name.
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Take semi ripe cuttings mid or late summer, for nodule cutting, just below a node. Remove side shoots, nodule cuttings should be 3/4 inches long. Dip base into rooting hormone, insert into standard cutting compost, if more than one cutting, ensure leaves do not touch. Place in propagating case at 21…
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Does it shed a lot of leaves? or have some sort of stuff that comes off it? If it does, no because it will get into the pool and filter.
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With the power of greystone.
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Presumably you mean the Penny Lilac issued in 1881 and in use from 1881 to 1901. The value depends upon several criteria: 1. The Die used to produce the stamp - Die I has 14 dots in each corner; Die II has 16 dots. Die I stamps are usually more valuable than their Die II equivalent. 2. The cir…
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you wait pationtaly
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Mine did this year which led me to your question. Ours is at least 15 years old and went from purple to white this year. So the answer is yes it happens, but I do not yet now why. Matt
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you can eat them
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lilac is pronounced as - lie lack I pronounce it Lie Lurk
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"When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd" is a poem written by Walt Whitman in 1865. It was written for only one purpose, and that was to be read at the funeral of Abraham Lincoln.
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There are many plants toxic to cats. Below is just a few sites that list toxic plants. http://www.aspca.org/pet-care/poison-control/plants/plant-list-cats.html http://www.cfainc.org/articles/plants.html http://www.sniksnak.com/plants-toxic.html http://cats.about.com/od/catsafety/ss/toxicplants.h…
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whitish yellow or just white It depends on what your sense of purple is.
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Cut back hard, cut out about 20% every other year or so. You should have all new growth and they might not bloom the first season after the trimming but they will remain healthier and support better blooms.
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The flowers are fun to pick and suck out the nectar. It is very sweet. I don't know about eating the flowers or other parts of lilacs however.
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what do u mean if u mean the lilac guitar and psp then go on myproxy.ca the in the URL bar put in stardoll.com and log in it shud come up with this psp press play then log out
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If you mix really light blue and pastel purple you get lilac.
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Whitman has used three symbols
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While it is really hard to find scientific proof that the colour lilac is calming or not, I think it depends on what kind of person you are, and what you like and hate. For example., What if you hate the colour lilac?, then the colour lilac won't calm you down at all.
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Gilbert and schilkret
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Prune lightly, cut back flowered shoots to strong buds on lower growth. To maintain or create shape it is possible, on established plants, to cut back one quarter of old shoots to the base to promote replacement growth. This can be done annually after flowering
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Aubrieta Deltoidea
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I have thought and I am sure it is the rare horliatte parakeet. When it is a boy, just call it a Horly parakeet. Children are called maccalassa birds, and horliattes live for ninety years, tops. This is my first answer, and I hope you find it useful!
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No, it's a simple leaf.
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lilac bushes "hibernate" during cold weather like frost and snow like many other plants.
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Yes they do, in the winter.
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Lilac is a pale purple color. Maroon is a dark reddish-brownish color, while musk is more of a light pinkish-purplish color.
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When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd is a poem which was written by Walt Whitman in 1865. The subject of this poem is Abraham Lincoln an depicts him being laid to rest.
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Some shades of purple or some shades of white. Another point of view: Some shades of gray and peach also work well together.
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After it flowers. Just take off the dead flower heads unless you need to shape it. The less pruning the better.
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You can correct this issue by trimming back the plant and removing surrounding weeds.
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all you need to do is take something tordon or round-up the pesticides kill the moss
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Lilac comes ultimately from the Sanskrit nīlā meaning "dark blue".
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pooping s h I t
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Pruning should be done before the lilac bush starts to bud out in the Spring. To encourage new growth, this is the best time. For shaping, anytime the plant is dormant, has lost its leaves, will work.
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Purple
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Lilacs origanally came from Europe but was introduced into Canada for decorative gardening. Lilacs are now considered and invasive speceis and are a possible threat.Hope this helped!! :D
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It's not purple that lilacs come in. Violet is the only color it can come in.
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is it okay to use hollytone an lilacs and weeping cherries
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Elderly Chris's mind.
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True lilacs belong to the genus Syringa, and are native to the Old World from Southeastern Europe to Eastern Asia. They are not native to the New World, although the Common Lilac (Syringa vulgaris) is sometimes found naturalized in the United States.
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It is either dry at the roots or is catching a cold wind.
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It is a pale purple. Some lilacs have more pink and some have more blue.
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Green, light brown, silver, turquoise, pink.
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either red or blue depending on what you want
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'Lilas' is a French equivalent of 'lilac' [Syringa spp].The masculine noun 'lilas' means 'lilac'. Its singular definite article is 'le' ['the'], and its singular indefinite article 'un' ['a, one']. It's pronounced 'lee-lah'.
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Syringa vulgaris is the scientific, Latin or binomial name for the common lilac.The plant is native to southern Europe. But it handles introduction into and transplanting throughout much of Canada and the United States of America. Basically, it asks for exposure to full sun from soil that's well dr…
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"Lilas" is a Spanish equivalent of "lilacs" (Syringa spp).The Spanish word is a feminine noun. Its plural definite article is "las" ("the"). Its plural indefinite article is "unas" ("some").It's pronounced "lee-lahs."
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lilac bellong to the same family the olive the purple lilacs are the Strongest of scent the lilac are the state flower of NH - new Hampshire the color are red pink yellow blue purple and white they bloom in the spring and the summer by ---- kailey shaffer
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You can, but if you do you will lose next Spring's flowers.
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Dicots
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Yes, but if you do you will lose next year's flowers.
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not at all
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Edmund maund
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Yes. It is possible in an emergency but it takes a lot of skill and knowhow.
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About 5 cm
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Some are. It depends on the variety.
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The Large Whorled Pogonia.
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