Syringa reticulata (Japanese Tree Lilac)
Syringa reticulata, commonly known as Japanese Tree Lilac, is a deciduous tree that is native to northern Japan. It features attractive oval-shaped, dark green leaves that turn yellow in the fall. This tree is most known for its stunning clusters of small, creamy white flowers that appear in early summer, filling the air with a sweet, honey-like fragrance. Growing up to 20-30 feet in height and width, it has an oval shape and provides excellent shade in the garden or landscape.
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20-30 feet High and 20-30 feet Spread
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