About Bloomerang Dark Purple

Compact, reblooming lilac produces purple-pink flowers from deep purple buds in spring and, after a rest period during the heat of summer, blooms again. It comes back, as its name says. Deer-resistant. Good fragrance and mildew resistance.

Love your lilac? Sorry when the flowers are gone? Then these lilacs are for you. Bountiful spring bloomers, these plants take a rest in early summer, then produce a smaller but nice bloom until frost. Deadheading right after spring bloom will encourage reblooming, but is not required. Small size expands placement opportunities, from summer container to hedge to accent in the flower garden.

About Lilac

Nothing says spring in Minnesota like fragrant lilacs. Prune flower clusters as needed immediately after blooming. Long-lived and easy to grow. Deer-resistant.

Pot Size & Price
5.25-in. pot
$16.00
Height
3'–4'
Sunlight Exposure
Full Sun
Catalog
S077
Plant Traits
Bees
Butterflies

Other varieties of Lilac

Syringa Aucubaefolia, lavender flowers and yellow-green variegated leaves
Photo from Oregon State University

Variegated

Catalog
S082
Syringa Baby Kim, light lavender clusters of flowers
Photo from Spring Meadow Nursery

Baby Kim

Catalog
S076
Bloomerang Purpink, lavender flower clusters
Photo from Spring Meadow Nursery

Bloomerang Purpink

Catalog
S078
Syringa 'Donald Wyman', light lavender blooms
Photo from Bailey Nurseries

Donald Wyman

Catalog
S080
Syringa villosa, lilac bush
Courtesy Missouri Botanical Garden PlantFinder

Late-Blooming

Catalog
S075
Syringa Scentara Double Blue, double lilac flowers in lavender-blue
Photo from Spring Meadow Nursery

Scentara Double Blue

Catalog
S079
Syringa 'Sensation', lavender petals with white edges.
Photo courtesy of the Missouri Botanical Garden Plant Finder

Sensation

Catalog
S081