• Ballerina Lilac Armeria Pseudoarmeria Sea Pinks Plant

    Ballerina Lilac Armeria Pseudoarmeria Sea Pinks Plant

    Sea Pink has come into its own at last with this award-winning series from Europe! 'Ballerina Lilac' earns its name with long, graceful, very strong stems supporting enormous ball-shaped blooms. Easy to grow in any sunny spot, and very salt- and heat-tolerant, this perennial belongs front and center in coastal plantings, the rock garden, and the border.Just 8 to 10 inches high and wide, 'Ballerina Lilac' forms a low, grass-like mound with a pleasantly rounded shape. The slender flowering stems rise high above the foliage, their brightly colored blooms bobbing in the breeze. Expect the blooms to begin in late…

  • Beauty of Moscow Lilac

    Beauty of Moscow Lilac

    Bred in Russia by hybridist Leonid Kolesnikov. The large, gorgeous, white double flowers with a tinge of pink are perfectly formed and strongly fragrant. This spectacular plant offers not only rare beauty, but also very good resistance to pests and disease. In addition, it’s extremely hardy and weather resistant. Reaches 15' high and spreads 6-12' wide. Ships in a 4" pot. Zones 3-7 Syringa vulgaris ‘Krasavitsa Moskvy’ Height: 15' Zones: 3-7 Bloom Time: Spring Light: Full Sun to Partial Shade

  • Benary's Giant Lilac

    Benary's Giant Lilac

    Recommended by the . High yield of long, sturdy stems with 4-6", fully double, dahlia-like blooms. Excellent vase life. Vigorous plants hold up well in summer heat and rain. Low susceptibility to powdery mildew. Available with a yellow, food-based coating (for ease of sowing) only. 40-50". Avg. 3,400 seeds/oz. Packet: 50 seeds.

  • Bloomerang® Purple Syringa Lilac Shrub

    Bloomerang® Purple Syringa Lilac Shrub

    Plant Patent 20,575. Cultivar name: 'Penda'Bloomerang® is such an improvement over older Lilac varieties, it might as well be a new species! This reblooming wonder is super-compact, fragrant, heavily budded, and just a flowering machine for 4 months or more every year!Reaching just 4 to 5 feet high and 4 feet wide, Bloomerang® Purple is bushy and well-branched, with masses and masses of fragrant purply-pink blooms. The heaviest cycle is in spring, when the shrub simply transforms itself into a mass of color. But after resting for a few weeks, it returns in midsummer and continues with another show well…

    Plant Patent 20,575. Cultivar name: 'Penda'Bloomerang® is such an improvement over older Lilac varieties, it might as well be a new species! This reblooming wonder is super-compact, fragrant, heavily budded, and just a flowering machine for 4 months or more every year!Reaching just 4 to 5 feet high and 4 feet wide, Bloomerang® Purple is bushy and well-branched, with masses and masses of fragrant purply-pink blooms. The heaviest cycle is in spring, when the shrub simply transforms itself into a mass of color. But after resting for a few weeks, it returns in midsummer and continues with another show well…

  • Bloomerang™ Lilac Shrub

    Bloomerang™ Lilac Shrub

    Plant Patent Applied For. Cultivar name: 'Penda'. The most compact, heaviest-blooming dwarf Lilac ever grown, Bloomerang™ is a flower machine for 4 months or more every year! The heaviest flowering is in spring, when this compact, very well-branched shrub erupts in fragrant purply-pink bloom trusses, ideal for cutting yet irresistible in the garden as well. Then the flowers simply continue into summer, long past even the late-blooming Lilacs, with color present on the shrub all the way until autumn. Introduced by Tim Wood of Spring Meadow Nursery, this cross of the famous dwarf S. 'Josee' outdoes all other members of…

    Plant Patent Applied For. Cultivar name: 'Penda'. The most compact, heaviest-blooming dwarf Lilac ever grown, Bloomerang™ is a flower machine for 4 months or more every year! The heaviest flowering is in spring, when this compact, very well-branched shrub erupts in fragrant purply-pink bloom trusses, ideal for cutting yet irresistible in the garden as well. Then the flowers simply continue into summer, long past even the late-blooming Lilacs, with color present on the shrub all the way until autumn. Introduced by Tim Wood of Spring Meadow Nursery, this cross of the famous dwarf S. 'Josee' outdoes all other members of…

  • Bloomerang™ Reblooming Lilac

    Bloomerang™ Reblooming Lilac

    Like its name implies, this gorgeous lilac’s lush, purple-pink panicles of sweetly fragrant flowers bloom heavily in mid spring and rebloom lighter throughout the summer. Deep green foliage provides a lovely contrast to the delicate flowers. Compact, wellbranched shrubs offer ample support for the weight of the blooms. Reaches 4-5' tall with a similar spread. Ships in a 4" pot. Zones 3-7 Syringa x ‘Penda’ PP20575, CBRAF

  • Burgundy Queen™ Syringa vulgaris Lilac Shrub

    Burgundy Queen™ Syringa vulgaris Lilac Shrub

    Cultivar name: 'LECburg'A beloved French Lilac with earlier, more profuse blooms than many others, Burgundy Queen™ is a sheer delight in the mid-spring garden. The burgundy-red flowers are set in huge, conical clusters, perfect for cutting or garden enjoyment.Reaching 8 to 10 feet high and 6 to 8 feet wide, this well-branched, extremely vigorous Lilac sets masses of very large trusses of deep red flowers that open from purple buds. It may remind you of the old favorite 'Monge,' but is even more floriferous and dependable.Burgundy Queen™ flowers in mid-spring, 10 to 14 days earlier than most other French hybrids,…

    Cultivar name: 'LECburg'A beloved French Lilac with earlier, more profuse blooms than many others, Burgundy Queen™ is a sheer delight in the mid-spring garden. The burgundy-red flowers are set in huge, conical clusters, perfect for cutting or garden enjoyment.Reaching 8 to 10 feet high and 6 to 8 feet wide, this well-branched, extremely vigorous Lilac sets masses of very large trusses of deep red flowers that open from purple buds. It may remind you of the old favorite 'Monge,' but is even more floriferous and dependable.Burgundy Queen™ flowers in mid-spring, 10 to 14 days earlier than most other French hybrids,…

  • Datura m. 'La Fleur Lilac'

    Datura m. 'La Fleur Lilac'

    Flowering in just 3½ months, then the fragrance from the blue-lilac, 4in trumpet blooms fills the air. 18-24in. Germination: 21-60 days, 65-85F. Well-drained soil.

  • Delphinium x. cultorum 'Centurion Lilac Blue Bicolor F1 Hybrid'

    Delphinium x. cultorum 'Centurion Lilac Blue Bicolor F1 Hybrid'

    One of the highest-quality delphiniums from seed! Robust flower spikes are clothed in superb mid-rose triple-layered petals, known as duplex flowers with white bees. Wonderful, adding height and color to borders, and will impress the judges on the show bench. Z4-7. 4-5ft. Germination: 21-40 days, 55-70F.

    One of the very best delphiniums from seed, equal in quality to expensive cutting-raised plants. The tall, sturdy stems are covered in truly stunning bi-colored blooms with triple-layered petals in lilac and blue shades with a white central 'bee'. Flowers from July to September in its first year if sown before the end of February. Germination: 21-40 days, 55-70F. Well-drained soil. Z4-7. 5ft. One of the best delphiniums from seed.

  • Fiala Remembrance Syringa vulgaris Lilac Shrub

    Fiala Remembrance Syringa vulgaris Lilac Shrub

    What a superb tribute to the man who founded the International Lilac Society, wrote a seminal book on Lilacs, and introduced 85 new cultivars! Father John Fiala was a parish priest and taught at John Carroll University in Cleveland, devoting his spare time to breeding cold-tolerant Lilacs and Flowering Crabapples. He will be sorely missed, but 'Fiala Remembrance' is a lovely way to honor his memory!This double-flowered Lilac is magnificent. Very heavy-blooming, the large-petaled flowers burst into snowy bloom from creamy buds. In most climates they won't bloom until mid-May, making them impervious to the late frosts that nip so…

    What a superb tribute to the man who founded the International Lilac Society, wrote a seminal book on Lilacs, and introduced 85 new cultivars! Father John Fiala was a parish priest and taught at John Carroll University in Cleveland, devoting his spare time to breeding cold-tolerant Lilacs and Flowering Crabapples. He will be sorely missed, but 'Fiala Remembrance' is a lovely way to honor his memory!This double-flowered Lilac is magnificent. Very heavy-blooming, the large-petaled flowers burst into snowy bloom from creamy buds. In most climates they won't bloom until mid-May, making them impervious to the late frosts that nip so…

  • Iberis Candy Cane Lilac

    Iberis Candy Cane Lilac

    The new Candy Cane series of Candytufts is guaranteed to win you over! Whether you choose the purple, lilac, white, or red variety (or all four!), they'll create a striking display of sweet color throughout your sunny garden.'Candy Cane Lilac' is so eye-catching, with all its delicate little petals, it looks soft and almost fuzzy from a distance. The compact, fast-growing evergreen plant has a very uniform habit, making it ideal for mass plantings, as edging along walks and pathways, or set into containers so you can enjoy its charm right on your porch or patio. It also makes a…

  • Impatiens Sunny Lady Lilac  Shimmer Hybrid

    Impatiens Sunny Lady Lilac Shimmer Hybrid

    Sunny Lady Lilac Shimmer Hybrid opens up a whole new world to gardeners -- compact, very floriferous Impatiens that thrive in partial to full sun! Sunny Ladies are the most heat-tolerant Impatiens ever grown (by far!), and are available only here at Park. Best of all, they're not only sun-tough, but extraordinarily beautiful! Lilac Shimmer introduces an entirely new color to the Impatiens world -- rich, red-toned Lilac overlaid with a glittery frost that catches the sunlight magnificently!For years gardeners have yearned to get Impatiens out of the shade, and now the day has finally arrived! Sunny Lady can take…

  • Impatiens Sunny Lady Lilac Hybrid

    Impatiens Sunny Lady Lilac Hybrid

    Sunny Lady Lilac Hybrid opens up a whole new world to gardeners -- compact, very floriferous Impatiens that thrive in partial to full sun! Sunny Ladies are the most heat-tolerant Impatiens ever grown (by far!), and are available only here at Park. Best of all, they're not only sun-tough, but extraordinarily beautiful! This rich shade of lilac complements all the traditionalandImpatiens magnificently, as well as contrasting with the unusual new metallic-sheenedFor years gardeners have yearned to get Impatiens out of the shade, and now the day has finally arrived! Sunny Lady can take morning sun in the deep south, full…

  • Josee Lilac Hedge

    Josee Lilac Hedge

  • Josee Reblooming Lilac

    Josee Reblooming Lilac

    At just 4-6' tall with a 4-5' spread, this delightful dwarf is perfect for borders, hedges or as a stand-alone specimen. Blooms heavily in late spring and, given adequate moisture, it will continue to flower intermittently all summer long until frost! Fragrant lavender-pink blooms attract butterflies. Unsurpassed for bouquets! Ships in a 4" pot. Zones 2-9 Syringa ‘Josee’ Height: 4-6' Zones: 2-9 Bloom Time: Late Spring to Fall Light: Full Sun to Partial Shade

  • Josee Syringa Lilac Shrub

    Josee Syringa Lilac Shrub

    Lilac blossoms in August? It could happen with this reblooming wonder! Josee is a dwarf Lilac with a flower-happy nature that just doesn't quit. Very resistant to mildew, it thrives even in the sultry climates of zone 8, and farther north it reliably sets blooms all summer and fall, long after most Lilacs have given it up for the year!The most brilliant display is in late spring and early summer, when this little 4- to 6-foot-tall tree just erupts into pinkish-lavender blossom. The fragrance is heavenly, as hundreds upon thousands of tiny tube-shaped blossoms, grouped into showy 3- to 4-inch…

    Lilac blossoms in August? It could happen with this reblooming wonder! Josee is a dwarf Lilac with a flower-happy nature that just doesn't quit. Very resistant to mildew, it thrives even in the sultry climates of zone 8, and farther north it reliably sets blooms all summer and fall, long after most Lilacs have given it up for the year!The most brilliant display is in late spring and early summer, when this little 4- to 6-foot-tall tree just erupts into pinkish-lavender blossom. The fragrance is heavenly, as hundreds upon thousands of tiny tube-shaped blossoms, grouped into showy 3- to 4-inch…

  • Krasavitsa Moskvy Lilac Shrub

    Krasavitsa Moskvy Lilac Shrub

    Krasavitsa Moskvy (Beauty of Moscow) is weather resistant, extremely hardy, and has a long blooming period. The unusually large double flowers of this hybrid Lilac resemble pink pearls in bud, but open to pure white. The striking combination of buds and flowers creates a beautiful bicolor effect.Delightfully fragrant, the large panicles are abundant and exceptionally full, making this a superb garden plant, as well as a perfect choice for cut flowers.Krasavitsa Moskvy grows 12 to 18 inches annually. In 8 to 10 years you can expect a fully developed shrub, 8 to 10 feet tall and 6 to 7 feet…

    Krasavitsa Moskvy (Beauty of Moscow) is weather resistant, extremely hardy, and has a long blooming period. The unusually large double flowers of this hybrid Lilac resemble pink pearls in bud, but open to pure white. The striking combination of buds and flowers creates a beautiful bicolor effect.Delightfully fragrant, the large panicles are abundant and exceptionally full, making this a superb garden plant, as well as a perfect choice for cut flowers.Krasavitsa Moskvy grows 12 to 18 inches annually. In 8 to 10 years you can expect a fully developed shrub, 8 to 10 feet tall and 6 to 7 feet…

  • Lavender Lady Lilac Shrub

    Lavender Lady Lilac Shrub

    Lavender Lady blooms profusely in all parts of the country, even without undergoing the long, cold winters usually necessary to stimulate flower production in Lilacs. If you love Lilacs but have never been able to get them to flourish in your climate, this is the variety for you!These highly fragrant, lavishly produced 6- to 9-inch flower spikes are crammed with lavender blooms, beautifully set off by rich green, heart-shaped leaves. A stunning sight in any setting, Lavender Lady is ideal for a front yard specimen, fragrant allee, or other position of honor!12 to 15 feet high and 15 feet wide,…

    Lavender Lady blooms profusely in all parts of the country, even without undergoing the long, cold winters usually necessary to stimulate flower production in Lilacs. If you love Lilacs but have never been able to get them to flourish in your climate, this is the variety for you!These highly fragrant, lavishly produced 6- to 9-inch flower spikes are crammed with lavender blooms, beautifully set off by rich green, heart-shaped leaves. A stunning sight in any setting, Lavender Lady is ideal for a front yard specimen, fragrant allee, or other position of honor!12 to 15 feet high and 15 feet wide,…

  • Leptodermis oblonga Baby Lilac Shrub

    Leptodermis oblonga Baby Lilac Shrub

    Their scent may remind you of Lilacs, but these blooms are far, FAR longer-lasting! This fine little dwarf shrub, almost undiscovered in American gardens, is a profuse bloomer, perfuming the sunny garden most heavily in late spring, but then intermittently all summer and into fall as well! Compact enough to put into a container, this shrub is a powerhouse of fragrance and color!As soon as the warm weather arrives in spring, these 1-inch trumpet-shaped blooms begin popping up all over the shrub, jostling for position so profusely you may have trouble locating the foliage! Expect them to keep coming for…

  • Lilac Fairy Epimedium

    Lilac Fairy Epimedium

    This selection of Epimedium (also called Barrenwort) is known for its sprays of delicate purple flowers with long white spurs that bloom mid to late spring. The flowers of many Epimediums are hidden in their foliage, but this variety likes to show off its pretty spring blooms. Attractive, asymmetrical, heart-shaped leaves emerge red with hints of bronze in spring, mature to green in summer, then back to bronze-red for a gorgeous autumn glow. ‘Lilac Fairy’ makes an excellent small ground cover in shaded areas, and looks nice when planted en masse in woodland gardens, naturalized areas or under trees. Cold…

  • Lilac Sunday Lilac

    Lilac Sunday Lilac

    This outstanding Lilac is blessed with a number of superior qualities! Its gracefully arching branches create a distinctive cascade of blooms, and it does it reliably each spring. The fragrant flowers are borne in amazing abundance, and the foliage is resistant to mildew, that bane of Lilacs. But what sets it apart is its habit of blooming not just at the branch tips, but also from lateral buds produced up to 2 feet or more down the stems! Easy to grow in decent garden soil; once established, it needs little attention other than water during drought. Grows 10' tall and…

  • Miss Canada Lilac Shrub

    Miss Canada Lilac Shrub

    'Miss Canada' is the truest pink of any Lilac we have seen! Called "a priceless Lilac treasure" by the late Father Fiala, this Prestonian Hybrid offers brilliant clear pink flowers about a week later than the S. vulgaris types. Endowed with a rich, powerful "oriental" fragrance 'Miss Canada' offers sporadic blooms all summer.Please note: This item will not be available for shipping until mid-October. We apologize for any inconvenience.The plant form is somewhat different, too growing quickly to form an elegant small spreading tree 10 to 12 feet high, excellent to shade a patio or sitting area. This Lilac is…

    'Miss Canada' is the truest pink of any Lilac we have seen! Called "a priceless Lilac treasure" by the late Father Fiala, this Prestonian Hybrid offers brilliant clear pink flowers about a week later than the S. vulgaris types. Endowed with a rich, powerful "oriental" fragrance 'Miss Canada' offers sporadic blooms all summer.Please note: This item will not be available for shipping until mid-October. We apologize for any inconvenience.The plant form is somewhat different, too growing quickly to form an elegant small spreading tree 10 to 12 feet high, excellent to shade a patio or sitting area. This Lilac is…

  • Petunia Opera Supreme Lilac Ice

    Petunia Opera Supreme Lilac Ice

    A magnificent trailing Petunia just right for your hanging baskets, windowboxes, and tall flowerpots, this award-winner boasts beautiful 2-inch blooms of lilac and silvery-white with a dark center. Each is lovely in its own right, but a fully blooming plant is breathtaking!Opera Supreme Lilac Ice is a very free-flowering, vigorous plant reaching just 4 to 6 inches high but trailing 2 to 3 feet long. Bred just for baskets and other "vertical" settings, it also scrambles along the garden bed beautifully, self-cleaning its spent blooms so you never need to deadhead! And the flowering stems remain neat, so this plant…

  • Poppy somniferum 'Lilac Candy Floss'

    Poppy somniferum 'Lilac Candy Floss'

    Huge, 3-4in fully double flower heads stand proudly above glaucous foliage followed by large, attractive seed heads. Best sown in large drifts as an easy-to-grow border filler that adds height and interest to the garden. Germination: 14-30 days, 50-85F. Loamy soil. 24-36in.

  • Poppy-Lilac Pompom

    Poppy-Lilac Pompom

    Papaver paeoniflorum We were captivated at our flower trials by the staggering beauty of Lilac Pompom. Emerging from the mounding, blue-gray foliage, nodding buds rise and awaken, bursting with full, double flowers in muted lilac. These feathery, fringed blooms offer a delicate textural contrast when paired with bold foliage plants and deeply hued flowers. Grows to 24-36 inches tall.

  • Primrose Syringa Lilac Shrub

    Primrose Syringa Lilac Shrub

    For years Park gardeners asked us to stock the Yellow Lilac, and we didn't think we'd ever find a good, reliable grower here in America. Very popular in Europe, Primrose is tough to find this side of the Atlantic, so we are absolutely delighted to announce that we FINALLY have good, reliable, get-up-and-grow stock that will take off in your zone 3-7 garden. And the best part is that the pastel yellow color actually deepens and grows more intense with age, giving you a more spectacular show with each passing year!Originally introduced to the world in 1949, Primrose bears numerous…

    For years Park gardeners asked us to stock the Yellow Lilac, and we didn't think we'd ever find a good, reliable grower here in America. Very popular in Europe, Primrose is tough to find this side of the Atlantic, so we are absolutely delighted to announce that we FINALLY have good, reliable, get-up-and-grow stock that will take off in your zone 3-7 garden. And the best part is that the pastel yellow color actually deepens and grows more intense with age, giving you a more spectacular show with each passing year!Originally introduced to the world in 1949, Primrose bears numerous…

  • Queeny Lilac - Rose - Hollyhock

    Queeny Lilac - Rose - Hollyhock

    (Alcea rosea) A beautiful dwarf variety in the “Queeny” series developed by Dr. Zoltan Kovats of Budapest, Hungary. Compact stalks produce loads of lilac-rose colored, double blooms that are so cute! Now you can even grow annual hollyhocks in pots or small spaces for a wonderful old-fashioned look. Contains 35 heirloom seeds

  • Red Pixie Lilac Standard

    Red Pixie Lilac Standard

    Single, delicate clusters of red-pink flowers produce a powerful fragrance your neighbors will envy. Growing to a height of 4-5', this shrub maintains a compact habit, making it perfect for any garden. It is an excellent, hardy and trouble-free standard well-suited for tight areas. Blooms from mid to late spring, with repeats throughout summer. 30-36" bareroot shrub. Zones 4-8 Syringa ‘Red Pixie’

  • Sensation Lilac

    Sensation Lilac

    Dramatic, bi-color blooms of purple, elegantly trimmed in white, cover this lilac in early to mid spring, filling the air with their sweet scent. Beautiful as a border shrub or a colorful hedge. Blooms are complemented by heart-shaped foliage. Adds distinctive flair to cut-flower bouquets. Grows 10-15' tall; spreads 10-12'. Shipped in 4" pots. 4-7 Full Sun to Partial Shade 10-15' Early to Mid Spring If the current shipping season is closed, your order will ship at the proper time in the next season.

  • Sensation Syringa vulgaris Lilac Shrub

    Sensation Syringa vulgaris Lilac Shrub

    Sensation is one of the most spectacular of all the hybrid Lilacs, and the only one we know with picotee (white-edged) flowers. Blooms of rich wine-red are edged in white and borne in long trusses that have a silvery luster beautiful beyond belief!A hard-to-find plant you'll surely want to hance your landscape, Sensation reaches 8 to 15 feet tall and 8 to 12 feet wide -- perfect as a front-yard standout or the focus of a large planting!Space shrubs 8 to 12 feet apart in an airy location in full sun and well-drained soil. A yearly top-dressing of mulch, preferably…

  • Sublime Lilac

    Sublime Lilac

  • Sweetheart Syringa hyacinthiflora Lilac Shrub

    Sweetheart Syringa hyacinthiflora Lilac Shrub

    Blooming up to 10 days before thecultivars open their first bud, 'Sweetheart' regales you with powder-pink double flowers in huge, wondrously fragrant clusters. This classic variety is tops for beginning Lilac season with fanfare!'Sweetheart' is an interspecific hybrid withheritage, making it far more tolerant of warm climates than many others. And because it blooms earlier, it has a chance to set flowers in short-spring climates where other Lilacs burn out too quickly. If you've tried and failed with Lilacs before, 'Sweetheart' may be the one you've been looking for!Of course, the best reason to grow this plant is its beauty:…

    Blooming up to 10 days before thecultivars open their first bud, 'Sweetheart' regales you with powder-pink double flowers in huge, wondrously fragrant clusters. This classic variety is tops for beginning Lilac season with fanfare!'Sweetheart' is an interspecific hybrid withheritage, making it far more tolerant of warm climates than many others. And because it blooms earlier, it has a chance to set flowers in short-spring climates where other Lilacs burn out too quickly. If you've tried and failed with Lilacs before, 'Sweetheart' may be the one you've been looking for!Of course, the best reason to grow this plant is its beauty:…

  • Tinkerbelle Syringa Lilac Shrub

    Tinkerbelle Syringa Lilac Shrub

    Plant Patent 12,294. Cultivar name: 'Bailbelle'Such rich color -- TWO bright colors! -- for mid- and late spring! Tinkerbelle sports deep burgundy buds that open to dark pink, almost cerise-hued flowers. Add to this its dwarf size and terrific resistance to powdery mildew, and you've got one extra-beautiful, compact, hardworking little shrub for the sunny garden!The show begins before the spring bulbs have passed, with masses of showy maroon buds all over this 4- to 6-foot tall and wide shrub. One by one they open to colorful 3-inch clusters of dark pink flowers, wonderfully fragrant and magnificent to behold. When…

  • Younique™ Lilac Astilbe

    Younique™ Lilac Astilbe

    A must-have addition for your shade or woodland garden! Richly colorful flower spikes are more vibrant than ever, lending their textured beauty to fresh floral arrangements, containers and borders. Compact 16-20", rounded habit produces more flower scapes in early summer that grow closer together, making these Astilbe the perfect choice for containers. Attractive, mounded foliage looks nice in the landscape. Tolerates heat and humidity. #1 field-grown plants. Zones 4-9 Astilbe Height: 16-20'' Zones: 4-9 Bloom Time: Early Summer Light: Full to Partial Shade

  • Zinnia Park's Picks Lilac

    Zinnia Park's Picks Lilac

    The brightest and best large-flowered bright lilac Zinnia we know for the garden, bar none! Dream offers stunning Dahlia-flowered blooms at the end of very long, strong stems. The waxy, tightly-packed petals create a pompon bloom that is almost incredibly full, dotted by a cheerful greenish-yellow central eye. And these tall, bushy plants just keep producing all season long! Plants reach 40 to 50 inches in the garden. Perfect for the vase, these blooms last and last. No wonder they're a Park's Pick!Zinnias are one of the easiest annuals to grow, and attract butterflies to the garden. They are outstanding…