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Madame Lemoine White Lilac

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Description

Clusters of pure, double-white flowers. Produces highly fragrant blooms on multiple stems, excellent for bouquets. Attracts butterflies. Heart-shaped leaves and upright and spreading growth habit make for an attractive hedge or border. Deer-resistant. Cold-hardy. Blooms emerge in mid-spring.

Characteristics

Bloom Color White
Shade/Sun Full Sun
Soil Composition Loamy
Soil Moisture Well Drained
Zone Range 3 - 8

Zone Compatibility

This Variety's Zone Range 3 - 8
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Why did you choose this?
Stark Bro's Store
I've never tried white lilacs before
Jenny D on Mar 24, 2017
i need a white lilac for the beautiful scent. in my experience, white lilacs have the best perfume over purple lilacs.
Heather C on Jun 17, 2016
I've never tried white lilacs before
Jenny D on Mar 24, 2017
This is a most elegant double white lilac
ELAINE S on Feb 3, 2017
i need a white lilac for the beautiful scent. in my experience, white lilacs have the best perfume over purple lilacs.
Heather C on Jun 17, 2016
Contrast with other lilacs and spring bulbs.
Lucille L A on Jun 5, 2016
White color, wife loves, and lilacs make great cut flowers too.
buzz on Jun 3, 2016
I wanted a white lilac to offset my purple ones. I like the double blossom
Paul K E on May 20, 2016
I think it's a nice complement to the regular purple lilac-
Scott S on May 16, 2016
I like the double bloom as well as the compadibility to go with several other varieties to build a blooming hedge.
Alice K on May 16, 2016
Perfect gift.
Henry C on Apr 17, 2016
I love lilac and enjoy them as cut flowers but was looking for white! (The big box stores only had purple)
Catherine L on Apr 16, 2016
We love our Lilacs here in Rochester,NY
SCOTT H on Apr 11, 2016
Wanted a fragrant white lilac in my landscape! I am going to plant a late summer blooming Clematis through the branches for additional pop of color!
Renee C on Mar 14, 2016
My Grandmother had a huge white lilac , I haven't ever seen one since that one. So in memory of her I'v always wanted one.
mariyn f on Mar 11, 2016
This is a most elegant double white lilac
ELAINE S on Feb 3, 2017
Contrast with other lilacs and spring bulbs.
Lucille L A on Jun 5, 2016
How fast do they grow?
Cheryl G on Feb 2, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Lilac bushes grow about 1 foot per year when mature. Young lilacs grow much more rapidly, leveling off as they grow older. A fully matured bush of this variety will be about 8-10' tall and wide.
Can these lilacs be transplanted? I have several doing exceptionally well and would like to move them.
J H on May 4, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Why not? Get all of the roots you can possibly get and water well and often
after transplanting. Cut back the tops to compensate for roots cut during the transplanting process.
How long until it produces blooms?
Linda F on May 21, 2017
BEST ANSWER: It should bloom in the second year, provided it's had adequate food, sunlight and rainfall to develop its root system.
we are in zone 4b and live on ridge which can be very windy would like a white lilac will it survive?
Beverly L on Mar 11, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Madame Lemoine White Lilac is considered very cold-hardy, so that is not an issue. Branches may break if the wind is strong enough, but that would be true with any tall flowering shrub. It is suited for your zone, so it would seem well worth whatever risk might be present. You can always stake it to provide extra support.

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Very healthy bushes
I bought two of these year before last in 2014 because an older one I have is so very fragrant. The bushes are very healthy and growing nicely, however we've not seen a single flower. Hoping for some next year.
May 11, 2016
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Beautiful and hearty lilac
I bought this lilac in honor of someone I had recently lost. He grew the most beautiful lilacs. He lived in England so getting a clipping to start a plant was impossible. This bush bloomed out beautifully this year. This was it's first year so I was not expecting a big show. Boy was I surprised. The blossoms were short but very full in diameter. They smell lovely. I recently move from So. California to Oregon so I am new at this. This lilac made me look like an expert.
May 23, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Madame Lemoine White Lilac
Barely grew. No flowers. Very disappointing. Dont think I would order it again. Really was looking forward to some of the progress
May 6, 2016
Purchased
over 3 years ago