Blue Double Blooms President Grevy Lilac
- Huge Bloom Panicles Held Upright
- Double Blue-Lavender Blooms Perfume Your Yard
- Fragrant Flowers Last for Nearly a Month
- Classic French Hybrid Lilac Introduced in 1886
- Exquisite, Cool-Toned Cut Flower Arrangements
- Beloved by Butterflies and Beneficial Pollinators
- Great Shrub to Provide Shade
- Relaxing, Informal Hedge
- Charming Privacy Fence
- Pretty, Heart-Shaped Leaves Densely Cover Multi-Stemmed Shrub
- Extremely Easy to Grow
- Useful and Versatile
- Count on Blooms Year After Year With Proper Pruning
- Deer Tend to Leave it Alone
Lilacs have been cultivated since the 1500’s, and this wonderfully upright variety has graced gardens since 1886. With this distinguished pedigree, President Grevy Lilac (Syringa vulgaris ‘President Grevy’) certainly earns a spot in discerning landscapes.
President Grevy Lilac grows into a showy standout, with flowers held on enormous, vertical panicles of flowers. You’ll be thrilled with their intoxicating true Lilac scent for weeks on end.
President Grevy Lilac is well-known the world over for its spectacular flowers. Buds begin a darker shade of blue and open into an ornamental double iced pale lavender-blue. This two-toned effect brings enormous visual depth to your spring plantings.
Butterflies come to call daily, working over each flower in the large bloom. You’ll lose count of the flying visitors; but never lose sight of the fact that this nectar-rich choice supports your local ecology.
With multiple stems, this crisp, clean ornamental shrub features beautiful, heart-shaped, blue-green leaves. They grow thickly on the skyward-reaching branches.
The foliage has a soft, elegant appearance, even when the magnificent blooms have faded. Plant several as a friendly privacy hedge, or add one in a strategic spot to screen an unsightly view.
President Grevy has a pleasing, upright nature and grows vigorously without much care. It’s tolerant of a variety of conditions, including urban environments.
Garden professionals know to ask for this special heirloom Lilac by name. But even newbies can keep this shrub alive with regular water and a lot of sunshine!
Don’t miss out on the dazzling beauty and alluring scent of the outstanding flower power. Don’t live your life without a dedicated source for fabulous Lilac blooms.
Grow your own, and gather armloads for cut flower arrangements each year.
You’ll love this durable stunner in your landscape! Plant it in the ground,or keep it pruned up in large containers on your balcony or deck for many years.
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How to Use President Grevy Lilac in the Landscape
Heighten the anticipation of a fun evening with a gracious welcome at the entrance to your entertainment area. Use these glorious blooming shrubs in a wide double row to establish a lovely allée.
Can you imagine them in full bloom? Pure romance!
Punctuate your planting with benches. You and your guests will love the chance to sit and breathe in the evocative aroma.
Enjoy the spring scent with one or more placed in a well-used area. Try one near your bedroom window. Try a pair of them flanking either side of your garden gate.
Run them along your pool deck or fence line. You’ll love the billowy, easy-breeze sense of privacy all season long.
Lilacs are a privacy screen with big benefits! Add a few to your cutting garden for plenty of fresh materials.
Hide your utilitarian Victory Garden with a short row. President Grevy Lilac also entices pollinators that can help you grow the largest harvest ever.
Create a solid screen by planting them six feet apart. Vary the spacing to ten feet apart for a loose, natural look. You’ll measure from the center of one to the center of the next.
Add additional varieties, like the double white blooms of Madame Lemoine, for a fresh, classy look. Use a series of staggered rows to fill a wide, open area with magnificent spring blooms.
#ProPlantTips for Care
Select a planting site in full sun, where it receives at least six hours of direct sunlight. It will tolerate light shade, but the flowering is best in full sun.
Well-drained soil is a must, too. If you see puddles long after a rainfall, simply elevate your plants in a mound of additional soil 18 inches high by three feet wide.
Give young plants a regular schedule of medium water. Once their roots are established in your soil, you can go longer between waterings.
Mulch helps your plants stay cool and moist. Apply to a depth of three inches, then pull it away six inches from the stems. Apply supplemental water during times of extended drought.
Right after the flowers are done, it’s time to prune. Don’t delay, as Lilacs will produce next year’s flowers on the new growth from this year.
President Grevy can handle heavy pruning. Snip the past flowers, then remove inward-heading branches and the thickest stems out at ground level. The goal is to let the interior of the shrub have plenty of sunlight and air circulation.
If you live with deer in your area, apply repellent spray on planting day. Deer are hungry and curious, and you want to train them to leave your plants alone. Reapply according to the label.
With only limited care requirements, President Grevy Lilac gives you so much more in return. Use it to decorate your outdoor spaces. It will just get better and better year after year.
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