Common Lilac (Syringa vulgaris)
Origin : South-Eastern Europe
Environment : woods, shrubberies, cliffs; on calcareous, sandy soil
Climate : warm, temperate, cool
In 1560 the Common Lilac was brought from Constantinople to Vienna by envoy Busbecq. Since then, this shrub has been spreading over Central Europe very fast. It is cultivated in many variations and hybrids in Europe since the 16th century. It is absolutely resistant against frost and drought.
Model 1 specs: 1 meter
Model 2 specs: 1.5 meters
Model 3 specs: 2 meters