Japanese Lilac Tree, Ivory Silk

Syringa reticulata 'Ivory Silk'


Tolerant of urban conditions and sunny conditions. It's mature size makes this a great option for a street tree.

Japanese tree lilacs are part of the wider Lilac family and are related to the familiar European and Korean lilacs that are landscape staples in northern Utah. However, unlike their cousins, these lilacs grow into more of a tree orientation, either groomed into a single trunk or manicured as a multiple trunk specimen. Their bloom time is different too, with large panicles of fragrant, creamy white to ivory yellow flowers opening in the first week of June. Another unique feature is their tendency to have speckled, exfoliating bark.

Botanical Name
Syringa reticulata 'Ivory Silk'
Sun Exposure
Full Sun
Bloom Colors
Foliage Colors
Dark Green
Water Requirements
Low Secondary Culinary