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SYRINGA x hyacinthiflora 'Maiden's Blush'
Hyacinth flowering Lilac


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:: Oleaceae :: SYRINGA :: x hyacinthiflora :: 'Maiden's Blush'
  • Type of products available: TC/1/1P9

Main asset

 Abundant panicles of single pink flowers, with powerful perfume, earlier than all common Lilac.


Very hardy plant, adapted for all locations.

Syringa x hyacinthiflora (Hyacinth flowering Lilac) are hybrids made ​​at the end of the nineteenth century, between Syringa vulgaris (Common Lilac, from the Balkans and introduced in Europe in the sixteenth century) and oblata Syringa (Korean early Lilac). This species gave them a great early flowering (8-10 days before common Lilac), while maintaining very interesting ornamental features (abundant very fragrant panicles, resistance to limestone or clay soils, drought, hardiness).

  • Uses: Mixed hedges, specimen.

Global caracteristics:

  • Type of foliage: deciduous
  • Habit: bushy
  • Height: 2 m x 1.50 m (6.5 ft x 5 ft)
  • Growth: medium to fast
  • Flowering period: April-May

Shape and colours:

  • Foliage shape: heart-shaped
  • Foliage colour: dark green
  • Foliage colour in autumn: Bronze
  • Flowers shape: Panicles
  • Flowers colour: pink
  • Parfum : yes


  • Soil type: All
  • Exposure: sun
  • Hardiness: - 35 °C (-31 °F - USDA zone 3b)