Japanese Tree Lilac (Syringa reticulata): produces creamy white flowers in early summer and has an interesting steel-gray bark. It is a good choice for smaller yards. At maturity, this tree will reach a height of about 26 feet and a width of about 20 feet. It prefers the sun and should be planted where it can get a minimum of four hours of direct sunlight each day.
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IMPORTANT TO NOTE BEFORE PLACING AN ORDER:
- There is a limit of six tree orders per household.
- These are "2 gallon" sized trees that measure approximately three to four feet in height, depending on the species, and come in pots around the size of ice cream pails. They are easy to transport as most trees will fit into a regular-sized car. Transportation can be messy, so we recommend covering your car seat or trunk with a tarp or blanket.
- When checking out, we will ask you to provide us with an address or approximate location. This information will be used to register your trees as part of the One Million Tree Challenge.
Call Before You Dig: Do not attempt to plant your tree until you know what is in the ground underneath. Submit the location to http://clickbeforeyoudigmb.com or call 1-800-940-3447 and allow at least three working days for a response. Trees should not be planted under power lines.