You do not need a male and female lilac bush in order for it to flower. There are both male and female flowers on each lilac bush.
Do not trim a lilac bush in the spring because you will cut off all of the flower buds. Trim a lilac bush after it flowers.
The Lilac Bush is an angiosperm.
Telltale Lilac Bush was created in 1965.
a skunk is a mammal and a lilac bush is a plant. In addition, a skunk's scent is considered offensive and the smell of a lilac bush is sweet.
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.
i thought a tree was a bush,let out of control
Lilac is the official state bush, the rose is the state flower and the Sugart Maple is the state tree.
Ceanothus bush has hundreds of light blue lilac type flower heads that are a bee magnet .I was amazed
Lilac bushes are a gardener's favorite and can live beyond 100 years
Elderly Chris's mind.
With the power of greystone.
after lilac blooms have died and dried, this is the time to prune
Are lilac bushes acid loving plants OR DO THEY NEED ALKALINE FERTILIZER
New York has an official state bush, the lilac. It has the Honey Maple as a state tree and the Rose as the state flower, but it has no Official State Plant.
Lilac is considered an Easter color because in some areas, the lilac bush blooms at that time. Otherwise it is considered a feminine color or romantic color.
Most people plant lilacs in the spring.
Duskywings caterpillars and the California hairstreak caterpillars will eat lilac leaves. The Pale Swallowtail will also eat the leaves of a lilac tree or bush.
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.
You can, but if you do you will lose next Spring's flowers.
No, a lilac bush does not produce berries.Specifically, the lilac bush (Syringa vulgaris) does produce a fruit. But its fruit does not fit in with the definition of a berry as the fleshy, simple fruit which is produced by one ovary. Instead, its fruit meets the definition of a capsule as a dry, simple fruit which is made up of at least two carpels (ovules) within which are the plant's seeds.
lilac bushes "hibernate" during cold weather like frost and snow like many other plants.
Yes, but if you do you will lose next year's flowers.