Beautiful Dwarf Lilac Trees For Your Garden
Gardeners with small or limited space find dwarf lilac trees a good way to enjoy the fragrance and beauty of lilacs. Lilacs originally came from Eastern Europe and Asia with cultivars for dwarf varieties improving through the years. These trees are good for small gardens, or for those who want to conserve their garden’s space. These trees are renowned for their fresh and blooming fragrance of the lilacs. Dwarf lilac trees have many types and varieties depending upon their size, color and height. In general, the dwarf trees are approximately 5 feet (1.5 m) height and 10 feet (3 m) wide. These trees produce leaves of light green color with an abundance of sweet-scented blooms that have numerous different shades, such as magenta, purple, blue and white.
Dwarf lilac trees have a number of different varieties and characteristics, depending upon their types. The most common dwarf tree, and a favorite among garden growers, is the Meyer lilac. This dwarf lilac tree has a number of features that enhance the beauty of the garden and make it pleasantly aromatic for most of the year. Its height and width is almost the same as most of the other lilac trees, which are a height of about 5 feet (1.5 m) and a width of 10 feet (3 m). When fall comes, its color turns reddish brown.