Lilac (syringa) Patula Miss Kim Shrubs
Syringa patula Miss Kim (Miss Kim Lilac)
A compact and slow growing Lilac that is ideal for smaller gardens, its bushy habit of growth also makes this plucky little shrub ideal for an informal flowering hedge that flowers in late Spring (2-3 plants per metre). Masses of dark lavender pink buds open to paler pink flowers that are loved by bees and butterflies, they are also very fragrant. Ideal for a sunny shrub or mixed border, Syringa patula Miss Kim also fits well with both cottage garden and oriental themes. Being dwarf and compact they also look great in containers. 2m x 1.5m
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Syringa patula Miss Kim requires a sunny position in any well drained soil. Remove the faded flowerheads in mid summer, for best results apply a gernerous mulch of well rotted compost in early Spring before growth begins.