|Oleacae: Syringa vulgarus||
Flowering is over.
June 4: The flowers are opening.
September 15 : Doing fine.
May 29: Flowering.
May 16: Flower buds are starting to open.
July 4: Did fine.
May 31: First flowers today, a few in the back.
June 16: Almost completely finished.
April 23: Budding.
May 18: Flowering beautifully in front. Of course in back they were pruned too short to flower this year.
May 16: They are in flower. The bush by the front door is the most advanced.
24: I sprayed the lilac in front of the north windows with Round Up.
I think cedars would suit the location better.
August 1: I had the bush at the back cut back
and thst together with the extremely dry weather has made it look very poor.
The plants in front of the north window are now showing extremely small new green buds.
April 18: They are leafing out.
May 28: In flower.
June 6: In flower now.
April 22: Budding.
25: Flower buds are visible.
May 17: The buds began opening today.
June 3: The buds opened today.
September 7: Doing well.
May 1: They are budding.
May 19: They are in flower.
April 6: They are budding in back of the house.
30: The plants near the garbage stand
are covered with flower buds.
May 8: Some buds are open.
26: The flowers are fully open now, and will fade now.
June 2: Actually, the flowers lasted much longer!
April 13: They are budding in front of the house.
The buds are large and green, but no separate leaves are out yet.
25: The buds on the plants in the back are opening,
showing flowers or leaves to be.
May 16: They are coming into flower now.
August 3: Flourishing.
31: The same.
May 2: Many flower buds.
May 25: In flower.