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Reblooming Lilacs: 3 Seasons Of Blooming Beauty

February 8, 2022 Jill Raver
Filed in: Shrub Information
reblooming lilacs in hand

Enjoy 3 seasons of blooming beauty with reblooming lilacs. These deciduous shrubs add beauty, color, and fragrance to the home garden. Bloomerang Lilacs are versatile and can be used in foundation plantings, hedges, containers, mixed beds and more! They are very easy to grow, disease and deer resistant, and drought tolerant. These lilacs are a great plant to add to just about any landscape. If you are looking for a pretty flowering bush with a long and repeat blooming season, Bloomerang Lilacs may be just what you are looking for. 


Reblooming Lilacs


Bloomerang Lilacs are outstanding reblooming lilacs that have stunning bloom clusters in spring and then again from midsummer until the first frost. These flowers are lovely and fragrant. The plants grow in a naturally rounded habit and stay under 6 feet tall. These dwarf lilacs are much smaller than common lilacs and can even be grown in pots. Bloomerang Lilacs attract butterflies and other pollinators and are disease and deer resistant. They are also cold hardy. They are recommended for growing zone 3, zone 4, zone 5, zone 6, and zone 7.


Bloomerang Lilac Dark Purple

Bloomerang Dark Purple Lilacs - Reblooming Lilacs

Syringa x 'SMSJBP7'

Mature Height: 4 to 6 feet tall

Mature Spread: 4 to 6 feet wide

The flowers of this lilac are darker than the original Bloomerang which really amps up the attractiveness of this bush. Since the flowers of Bloomerang Lilacs grow on new and old wood you are more likely to have blooms every year and lots of them! The Bloomerang Dark Purple Lilac is beautiful in foundation plantings and hedges. With this purple lilac you get a classic lilac color with richer tones and a much more manageable size than traditional lilacs. And don’t forget the disease resistant and deer resistant features of these amazing plants. 

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Bloomerang Dwarf Pink Lilac

Syringa x 'SMNJRPI'

Bloomerang Dwarf Pink Lilacs - Reblooming Lilacs

Mature Height: 2.5 to 3 feet tall

Mature Spread: 2.5 to 3 feet wide

This small pink lilac has a big time wow factor. The pink bloom clusters are unique and exotic. The Bloomerang Dwarf Pink grows a mere 30 to 36 inches tall and wide. This makes this plant an awesome choice for growing in pots. It is also super cold hardy so it can be grown outdoors in planters in zone 4, zone 5, zone 6, and zone 7. The Bloomerang Dwarf Pink Lilac is cute in containers, and marvelous in mixed beds and borders. This tiny lilac boasts exciting color for 3 seasons and a compact size that fits just about anywhere. 

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Bloomerang Lilac Care

Grow reblooming lilacs in full sun for best results. These hardy lilacs are quite adaptable and can grow in any well-drained soil. Once established, Bloomerang lilacs need little, if any, care. They are drought tolerant, but enjoy a nice soak from time to time during dry periods. We recommend fertilizing these plants lightly in spring with a balanced slow release fertilizer. These dwarf lilacs don’t require pruning, but if you choose to do so, prune them in late spring after the first bloom has ended. 

Pro Tips

  • Do not plant lilacs in wet soils. They require soil that drains well to be at their best and healthiest.
  • Why prune in late spring right after the spring bloom has ended? This is the preferred time to prune these plants to avoid cutting off any flower buds. If you prune any other time of the year, you risk losing the next bloom. 
  • Be sure to use a balanced fertilizer. Too much Nitrogen can reduce or even eliminate blooming. Don’t over-fertilize lilacs. Only use the recommended amount or less.
  • Why can’t I grow lilacs in a warmer climate? Lilacs must have a cold period to develop flower buds. 

Reblooming lilacs are valuable plants for the home landscape. With their versatility, ease of care, and exciting beauty for 3 seasons (2 blooming cycles) these plants are perfect for any sunny yard. Bloomerang Lilacs aren’t your grandmother’s lilacs. They are extremely resistant to disease so they stay much healthier than their predecessors. They are more compact so you won’t have a problem finding just the right spot. Add Bloomerang Lilacs to your home today and you’ll have renewed curb appeal you and your neighbors will love. Happy planting!

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