Syringa vulgaris 'Dappled Dawn'

Deep red-purple buds open to light mauve, fragrant blooms in the spring. Variegated leaves have irregular, deep yellow splash of color.
Item #
4040
Keywords
LILAC, DAPPLED DAWN
Zone
3

Syringa vulgaris 'Dappled Dawn'


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Deep red-purple buds open to light mauve, fragrant blooms in the spring. Variegated leaves have irregular, deep yellow splash of color.

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