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Japanese Tree Lilac - Syringa reticulata seed seeds - WHITE CREAMY FRAGRANT BLOOMS - ZONES 3 - 7

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Japanese Tree Lilac - Syringa reticulata, Seeds

 

Syringa reticulata (Japanese Tree Lilac; Chinese: 暴马丁香 bao ma ding xiang; Japanese: ハシドイ hashidoi) is a species of Lilac, native to eastern Asia, in northern Japan (mainly Hokkaidō), northern China, Korea, and far southeastern Russia.

 

It is a deciduous small tree growing to a height of 12 m, rarely to 15 m, with a trunk up to 30 cm (rarely 40 cm) diameter; it is the largest species of lilac, and the only one that regularly makes a small tree rather than a shrub. The leaves are elliptic-acute, 2.5–15 cm long and 1–8 cm broad, with an entire margin, and a roughish texture with slightly impressed veins.

 

The flowers are white or creamy-white, the corolla with a tubular base to 4–6 mm long and a four-lobed apex 3–6 mm across, and a strong fragrance; they are produced in broad panicles 5–30 cm long and 3–20 cm broad in early summer. The fruit is a dry, smooth brown capsule 15–25 mm long, splitting in two to release the two winged seeds.

 

Hardiness Zones: 3-7

Habit: Deciduous

Growth Rate: Moderate

Site Requirements: Sun; range of soil types including clay

Texture: Medium

Form: Upright with stiff habit; spreading branches; oval to rounded crown

Height: 20 to 30’

Width: 15 to 20’

Leaf: 2 to 6" opposite, simple leaves; nonshowy fall color

Flower/Fruit: Creamy white flowers in loose 12" panicles in midsummer; fragrant; gold capsules in clusters last until midwinter

 

The Missouri Botanical Garden Website States:

Easily grown in average, medium moisture, well-drained soil in full sun. Tolerates light shade, but best bloom is in full sun. Prefers organically rich, moist, slightly acidic soils with good drainage. Needs good air circulation. Good tolerance for urban conditions. To the extent practicable, promptly remove faded flower panicles before seed set. Prune as needed immediately after flowering. Best grown in cool summer climates, and not recommended for planting in the deep South below USDA Zone 7.

 

Characteristics

Cut Flower

Flowering Shrub

Fall Color

Exfoliating Bark

 

Growing Info:

Scarification: Soak in water, let stand in water for 24 hours.

Stratification: warm stratify for 60 days, cold stratify for 60 days.

Germination: sow seed 1/4" deep, tamp the soil, mulch the seed bed.

Other: Simply giving the seed a 90 day cold stratification may break dormancy.

 

 


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