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Plants: Syringa juliana 'George Eastman' - Weeping Lilac

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Syringa juliana 'George Eastman' - Weeping Lilac

Syringa juliana 'George Eastman' - Weeping Lilac

Syringa - Lilac ; Family: Oleaceae ; (Syrin-ga: Greek for pipe) 'George Eastman'' ; A true color breakthrough. Magnificent wine-red buds and deep cerise-pink blooms. Superb, smaller, upright form. A chance seedling discovered in Durand-Eastman Park in Rochester, NY. (S. julianae, Clark-Fenicchina)

Hardiness Zone: 2-9
Height: 4-6 feet
Light: Full Sun
Fragrant: Yes

Publisher: Hirt's Gardens
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