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Old June 26, 2007   #1
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Default Now that's a dwarf!

Lilac, that is. Isn't it cute?

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Old June 27, 2007   #2
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Sherry,
What lilac is that? I've never seen one bloom at so small a size.
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Old June 28, 2007   #3
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It's a "Dwarf Korean" lilac. I took a cutting last year from the plant my husband received as a retirement gift. This is the result. I probably ought to cut off the blossom right now, but I'm just fascinated that it is blooming so soon.
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