What is lilac
Lilac (scientific name: Syringa vulgaris) is native to Europe and is a cold-tolerant defoliated mid-tree in the family Oleaceae. In early summer, a large cone-shaped inflorescence (flower bunch) extends from the stem end to bloom many light purple and aromatic florets. The floret has a funnel shape with four split tips. Lilac flower language is "friendship" or "humble", and by flower color distinction, purple is "first love" or "bud of love", white is "innocent".
Common name: Lilac, Scientific name: Syringa vulgaris L., Origin: Europe, Environment: mountain, Living type: deciduous broadleaved trees, tree height: 5 to 6 m, leaf shape: broad ovoid, leaf lenght: 4 - 8 cm, phylloaxis: opposite, petiole: yes, Flower color: red purple, white, flower blooming style: single blooming, double flowering, use: crisp, smooth, hard, inflorescence shape: race flower arrangement, flowering period: late April to mid June, flower diameter: 0.6-1 cm, Usages: Park trees, garden trees, street trees, wedding bouquets, perfume ingredients, features: sweet and strong aroma, More information .