Japanese Tree Lilac Problems – Treating Problems In Ivory Silk Lilac Trees

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Japanese Tree Lilac Problems – Treating Problems In Ivory Silk Lilac Trees

By Teo Spengler Ivory silk tree lilacs do not resemble any other lilacs you might have in your garden. Also called Japanese tree lilac, the ‘Ivory Silk’ cultivar is a large, rounded shrub with very large clusters of off-white flowers. But Ivory Silk Japanese lilac is not trouble free. Although the problems with Japanese tree lilacs are few and far between, you’ll want to know about treating problems in Ivory Silk lilac should they arise. Ivory Silk Japanese Lilac The Ivory Silk cultivar is loved by many gardeners for its impressive size and glorious flower clusters. The plant can grow to 30 feet (9 m.) tall and 15 feet (4.6 m.) wide. The cream-colored blossoms arrive in summer. They are very showy and last two weeks on the tree. Though most lilac blossoms are fragrant, the Ivory Silk flowers are not. Ivory Silk Japanese lilac thrives in cooler areas, specifically

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