Lilac Bushes With Curled Leaves?

Answer Lilac bushes with curled leaves are suffering from a serious health problem that can affect continued flower production and the longevity of the plant. Curled leaves are less able to photosynthesiz... Read More »

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White Molds on the Leaves of Lilac Bushes?

Powdery mildew is a fungal infection that attacks almost all ornamental plants, including lilac bushes. It's the most common disease to infect lilacs, according to the Purdue University Cooperative... Read More »

How often do lilac bushes bloom?

Lilac bushes typically bloom once per year. While there are many varieties of lilac bushes, most begin flowering early in June, and some late bloomers will not start flowering until July.References... Read More »

Do deer eat lilac bushes?

While no plant is completely deer-proof, the common lilac (Syringa vulgaris) and Japanese tree lilac (Syringa reticulata) are seldom severely damaged by deer, according to Rutgers University. Chine... Read More »

How do I remove lilac bushes?

Lilacs are deciduous perennials that produce fragrant white, purple or pink flowers in the spring. They are native to Europe but are found commonly in North America, particularly the northeastern U... Read More »