Perennial Plant

PERENNIALS
Lilacs

The definition of a perennial plant is a plant that lasts for more than two growing seasons.
Lilacs are deciduous shrubs or small trees, 6-30 ft. tall. The leaves are arranged opposite to each other. The usual flower color is a shade of purple (light purple or lilac); however, shades of white, pale yellow and pink, and even a dark burgundy can be found. Not all species have a strong fragrance. Lilac blooming occurs between mid-spring to early summer as dictated by the species.

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