Model # S368412

Internet #204481168

OnlinePlantCenter 1 gal. Magenta Purple Common Lilac Shrub

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1 gal. Magenta Purple Common Lilac Shrub

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Product Overview

A unique Common Lilac cultivar bearing magenta purple blooms in spring, usually about two weeks earlier than other Common Lilac varieties. Flower clusters are fragrant and are useful as cut flowers. The upright shrub is multi stemmed and perfectly suited for the shrub border or for screening.

  • Intensely colored, unique, magenta purple, single blooms in spring
  • Showy flowers attract butterflies and hummingbirds
  • Adaptable to most soil types, including heavy clay
  • A classic, deer resistant, spring blooming shrub
  • 1 gal. pot - state or federal regulations may require this plant to ship as a bare root plant, without pot and without soil
  • May ship in a dormant state, with bare branches and no leaves
  • Performs best in plant growing zones 3 to 7, when grown in other zones, special care requirements will be required
  • To accommodate mature size or when planting in groups or hedges, space 4 ft. away from other plants or structures
  • When shipped as a bare root plant, the Shake & Ship system has been used to remove soil from roots



Mature Height (in.)
120 in
Mature Width (in.)
96 in


Additional Characteristics
Deer Resistant,Drought Tolerant
Annual / Perennial
Blossom Color
Botanical Name
Syringa vulgaris 'LECburg 'Burgundy Queen
Common Name
Evergreen or Deciduous
Hardiness Zone
3 (-40 to -30 F),4 (-30 to -20 F),5 (-20 to -10 F),6 (-10 to 0 F),7 (0 to 10 F)
Optimal Soil Condition
Shipped As
Sun Tolerance
Full Sun

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Customer Questions & Answers

Will this lilac thrive in AZ?

You don' t put the zones on this plant and I want to be sure it will grow well in AZ.
Asked by: nana
Hello nana and thank you for your question. This lilac performs best in plant growing zones 3 to 7. When grown in other zones, special care requirements will be required. I believe that Apache Junction, AZ is in USDA Plant Hardiness Zone “9a,” which would require special attention to the lilac. Your soil type may need amending and the full sun requirements may need to be adjusted to allow the lilac to grow to its potential. I suggest contacting your local Cooperative Extension Agency to see what special considerations you may need to accommodate so the plant can thrive in your part of the world. Best wishes on your project.
Answered by: DesigningWoman
Date published: 2015-11-07
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