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Donna@Gardens Eye View

I love lilacs but mine need a trim to encourage growth, hopefully. Yours looks lush and green.

Mark and Gaz

It's shape is attractive with the sawn off trunk at the centre surrounded by branches, nice height too!


Maybe a little too lush, Donna. I'm bracing myself for some pruning when it gets to next year.


Neat to see such vigorous young growth from a sawn-off old trunk ... amazing!


A very nice lilac. I have two that haven't really grown over the years, but I like them anyway. Great photos! Thanks for sharing.

Lucy Corrander

Is there something living inside the leaves where the brown patches are?

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