|Syringa tomentella Bur.& Franch.|
A strong-growing, wide-spreading shrub, up to 3m high. Young shoots are thin, brownish, a little hairy.
Leaves ovate to elliptic, 3 - 10cm long, dark green and corrugated above, light green and a little hairy beneath.
Flowers in broad panicles, up to 15cm long and 12cm wide. The flowers are well scented, deep lilac-pink, paling with age.
The shrub is flowering in late May and June.
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Author: Ulrich Herzog
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